Glenognatha globosa (Petrunkevitch, 1925),

Jimmy Cabra-García & Antonio D. Brescovit, 2016, Revision and phylogenetic analysis of the orb-weaving spider genus Glenognatha Simon, 1887 (Araneae, Tetragnathidae), Zootaxa 4069 (1), pp. 1-183: 78-85

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Glenognatha globosa (Petrunkevitch, 1925)
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Glenognatha globosa (Petrunkevitch, 1925) 

( Figs. 60–64View FIGURE 60View FIGURE 61View FIGURE 62View FIGURE 63View FIGURE 64, 132View FIGURE 132)

Cyrtognatha globosa Petrunkevitch, 1925a: 123  , fig. 42 (female holotype from San Lorenzo, Panama, 4.xii.1924, A. & W. Petrunkevitch leg., deposited in YPM, examined through photographs of the habitus and female genitalia). Glenognatha globosa: Dimitrov & Hormiga, 2009: 102  , figs. 66 A –F; Cabra-García et al. 2014: 1029, figs. 1I, 2J, 7H, 9G –H; World Spider Catalog 2015.

Diagnosis. Males of G. globosa  resemble those of G. gaujoni  and G. patriceae  by the presence of thin pleural bars between coxae II –III ( Fig. 60CView FIGURE 60) and by the slender palpal tibia (longer than 1.5 times the maximum tibia width) ( Figs. 62 A, EView FIGURE 62). It can be distinguished from the former by the absence of scale-like projections in the embolus ( Fig. 64BView FIGURE 64) and from the latter by the absence of a thin distal projection in the conductor lamina ( Figs. 62BView FIGURE 62, 64 AView FIGURE 64). Females can be easily distinguished from all other Glenognatha  species (except G. gaujoni  ) by the presence of anterior tooth ( Fig. 61DView FIGURE 61); distinguished from G. gaujoni  by the absence of CFO ( Fig. 61D –EView FIGURE 61) and by having at least six retromarginal teeth ( Fig. 61FView FIGURE 61).

Description. Male ( ICN 5991) (Note: the male is here described for the first time). Habitus as in Figures 60 A – DView FIGURE 60. Carapace brown, darker along furrows and with a well-marked fovea. Sternum brown, darker on sides. Abdomen oval, dorsally with irregular pattern of two longitudinal dusky bands on sides and thin transverse bands on the posterior region. Silver guanine spots scattered in dorsal and lateral surfaces. Venter with a pale black median band that ramifies towards lateral surface from the tracheal spiracle and the spinnerets. Silver guanine spots scattered in pale bands between the tracheal spiracle and the epigastric furrow. Legs yellow-brownish. Tracheal spiracle well-sclerotized. Pleural bars between coxae I –II, II –III and III –IV. Total length 3.70. Cephalothorax 1.70 long, 1.40 wide, 1.02 high. Abdomen 2.12 long, 1.45 wide, 1.35 high. Sternum 0.90 long, 0.85 wide. Eye diameters and interdistances: AME 0.10. ALE 0.10. PME 0.15. PLE 0.10. AME-AME 0.06, AME-ALE 0.1, PME-PME 0.15, PME-PLE 0.13, ALE-PLE 0.01. Clypeus height 1.60. Chelicerae slightly lighter than the cephalothorax. Six promarginal and ten retromarginal teeth. Ret1 on the posterior surface ( Fig. 61BView FIGURE 61). Leg measurements: I: femur 2.90, patella 0.60, tibia 2.80, metatarsus 2.80, tarsus 1.40, total 10.50; II: 2.30, 0.50, 2.85, 2.45, 1.25, 9.35; III: 1.70, 0.40, 2.05, 2.00, 0.80, 6.95; IV: 2.50, 0.50, 2.00, 2.05, 0.85, 7.90. DTS 0.40. DTE 0.50. Epiandrous fusules as in Figure 64DView FIGURE 64. Spinnerets as in Figures 64E –HView FIGURE 64. Palp as in Figures 62E –HView FIGURE 62. Palp tibia longer than wide ( Figs. 62 A, EView FIGURE 62). Embolus tip nearly 180º curved ( Figs. 62DView FIGURE 62, 64 A –BView FIGURE 64).

Female. Described by Dimitrov & Hormiga (2009). Additional data.

ICN 5991. Habitus as in Figures 60E –HView FIGURE 60. Carapace with three dusky bands (one median and two lateral). Sternum dusky yellow-brownish. Abdomen greyish, dorsally with irregular pattern of four longitudinal dusky bands (two median and two on sides) and thin transverse bands on the posterior region. Silver guanine spots scattered in dorsal and lateral surfaces. Venter with a pale black median band that ramifies towards lateral surface from the tracheal spiracle and the spinnerets. Silver guanine spots scattered in pale bands around the black median band. Legs yellow-brownish. Tracheal spiracle well-sclerotized. Pleural bars between coxae I –II, II –III and III –IV. Total length 4.07. Cephalothorax 1.90 long, 1.40 wide, 1.10 high. Abdomen 2.45 long, 1.95 wide, 1.95 high. Sternum 1.05 long, 0.85 wide. Eye diameters and interdistances: AME 0.12. ALE 0.10. PME 0.15. PLE 0.10. AME-AME 0.08, AME-ALE 0.15, PME-PME 0.15, PME-PLE 0.15, ALE-PLE 0.01. Clypeus height 1.40. Five promarginal and eight retromarginal teeth. Anterior tooth present ( Fig. 61DView FIGURE 61). Leg measurements: I: femur 3.15, patella 0.70, tibia 3.20, metatarsus 3.10, tarsus 1.45, total 11.60; II: 2.80, 0.70, 2.85, 2.75, 1.25, 10.35; III: 1.90, 0.45, 1.40, 1.55, 0.65, 5.95; IV: 2.50, 0.45, 1.95, 2.00, 0.85, 7.75. DTS 0.47. DTE 0.30. Tracheal system as in Figures 63H –IView FIGURE 63. Spinnerets as in Figures 63E –GView FIGURE 63. Genitalia without spermathecae ( Figs. 63 A –DView FIGURE 63). UE distal portion tubiform ( Fig. 63 A –DView FIGURE 63).

Variation. Male total length 3.0–4.6 (N = 10; average 3.7), cephalothorax length 1.5–2.1 (N = 10; average 1.7), femur I length 2.3–3.8 (N = 10; average 3.2). Female total length 3.2–4.2 (N = 10; average 3.9), cephalothorax length 1.6–2 (N = 10; average 1.8), femur I length 2.7–3.2 (N = 10; average 3.0).

Distribution. Known from Panama and Colombia ( Fig. 132View FIGURE 132).

Additional material examined (N = 58). New records. PANAMA: Chiriquí: Boquete , [8º46´N, 82º25´W], elev. [1094m], vii.1939, A. M. Chickering leg., 1♀ 1♂ ( MCZ 67470View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; [Panamá]: Barro Colorado. C. Zone , [9º9´N, 79º50´W], elev. [150m], 10.ii.1936, W. J. Gertsch leg., 2 immature ( AMNH)GoogleMaps  ; Canal Zone, Forest reserve, [9º9´N, 79º50´W], elev. [150m], 29.i.1958, A. M. Chickering leg., 1 immature ( MCZ 125490)GoogleMaps  . COLOMBIA: Boyacá: Corinto , [5º25´N, 72º40´W], elev. 1600m, 27.x.1979, C. Hernandez leg., 2♂ ( ICN 636View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; Santa María, Vda. La Carbonera, cascada la Colorata , [7º17´N, 73º10´W], elev. 600m, 19.v.2009, E. Flórez y Est. leg., 2♀ ( ICN 4188View Materials)GoogleMaps  . Cauca: Caloto, Vereda Morales , [3º4´N, 76º24´W], elev. 1035m, 11.x.2006, J. Cabra leg., 4♀ 2♂ ( ICN 5995View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; Isla Gorgona , [3º0´N, 78º12´W], elev. [5m], vii.2003, R. Restrepo leg., 2♀ 1 immature ( ICN 4270View Materials)GoogleMaps  . Cundinarmaca : ca. La Vega. Río San Miguel, [5º0´N, 74º20´W], elev. 1480m, 27.iv.1992, 1♂ ( ICN 1080View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; Cachipay , [4º42´N, 74º29´W], elev. [1019m], 27.ii.2011, J. Cabra leg., 6♀ 8♂ 5 immature ( ICN 5991View Materials)GoogleMaps  . Magdalena: SNSM Finza La Victoria , 11º7´45´´N, 74º5´42´´W], elev. [900m], 19.vii.2006, L. Ferreira leg., 1♂ ( ICN 4123View Materials)GoogleMaps  . Risaralda: Mistrato, San Antonio del Chambi , La estrella Arcacay, [5º17´N, 75º53´W], elev. 900m— 1100m, 31.iii—1.iv.1992, Estud. Biol. UNAL leg., 3♀ 1 immature ( ICN 1078View Materials a).GoogleMaps  Santander: Carmen de Chucurí, Vda. La Bodega, PNN Los Yariguies , [6º41´N, 73º30´W], elev. [585m], 14–20.iii.2011, Est. Taxonomia animal leg., 1♀ ( ICN 6129View Materials)GoogleMaps  . Valle del Cauca: 6 mi. W. of Cali , [3º21´N, 76º35´W], elev. 1630m, 20.iii.1955, E. I. Schingler & E. S. Ross leg., 1♀ 1♂ ( CAS 9039648View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; Cali, El Palomar , [3º32´N, 76º36´W], elev. [1700m], 17.i.2013, J. Cabra & D. Rodríguez leg., 1♀ 1♂ ( ICN 5992View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 4♀ 2♂ ( ICN 5993)  ; Rio Pance, ca. Cali , [3º20´N, 76º33´W], elev. 1000m, 4.vii.1973, 1♀ ( MCZ 67453View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; vii.1973, 1 ♀ 1 immature ( MCZ 67454)  . VENEZUELA: Miranda: Santa Cruzita, Guatopo National Park ., [10º5´N, 66º25´W], elev. 450m, 13.ii.1984, J. Coddington leg., 1♂ ( USNM)GoogleMaps  .

Glenognatha smilodon Bosmans & Bosselaers, 1994  ( Figs. 65–66View FIGURE 65View FIGURE 66, 131View FIGURE 131)

Glenognatha smilodon Bosmans & Bosselaers, 1994: 348  , f. 148–157 (male holotype from Pic Hosseré Vokré, Poli Mountains, Cameroon, 17.iv.1983, elev. 900m, Bosmans R. & Van Stelle leg., deposited in MRAC 202710, examined); World Spider Catalog 2015.

Diagnosis. Males of G. smilodon  can be easily distinguished from all other Glenognatha  species by the prominent curved apical portion of the embolus in lateral view ( Figs. 66G –HView FIGURE 66).

Description. Male described by Bosmans & Bosselaers (1994). Additional data.

Male (holotype). Habitus as in Figure 65View FIGURE 65. Cephalothorax 0.75 high. Abdomen 1.17 high. Palp as in Figures 66– E –HView FIGURE 66. Conductor lamina with a prolaterally oriented fold ( Fig. 66BView FIGURE 66). Embolus with a distinct laminar projection ( Fig. 66DView FIGURE 66).

Female. Unknown

Distribution. Known only from the type locality ( Fig. 131View FIGURE 131).

YPM

Peabody Museum of Natural History

ICN

Instituto de Ciencias Naturales, Museo de Historia Natural

DTE

Centro de Investigaciones Cient�ficas y Transferencia de Tecnolog�a a la Producci�n (CICyTTP-CONICET)

MCZ

Museum of Comparative Zoology

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

USNM

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Araneae

Family

Tetragnathidae

Genus

Glenognatha

Loc

Glenognatha globosa (Petrunkevitch, 1925)

Jimmy Cabra-García & Antonio D. Brescovit 2016
2016
Loc

Cyrtognatha globosa

Cabra-Garcia 2014: 1029
Petrunkevitch 1925: 123
2014
Loc

Glenognatha smilodon

Bosmans 1994: 348