Bumba Perez-Miles , Bonaldo & Miglio, 2014

Perez-Miles, Fernando, Bonaldo, Alexandre Bragio & Miglio, Laura Tavares, 2014, Bumba, a replacement name for Maraca Perez-Miles, 2005 and Bumbalennoni, a new tarantula species from western Amazonia (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Theraphosinae), ZooKeys 448, pp. 1-8: 2-3

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.448.7920

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scientific name

Bumba Perez-Miles , Bonaldo & Miglio, 2014
status

 

Taxon classification Animalia Araneae Theraphosidae

Genus Bumba Perez-Miles, Bonaldo & Miglio, 2014 

Iracema  Pérez-Miles, 2000: 141 (pre-occupied, nec Iracema  Trique, 1996).

Maraca  Pérez-Miles, 2005: 247 (pre-occupied, nec Maraca  Hebard, 1926).

Diagnosis.

Bumba  differs from other genera of Theraphosinae  in the combined presence of type IV urticating hairs, retrolateral process in male palpal tibiae, palpal bulb resting in a ventral distal excavation of palpal tibia, male metatatarsus I passing between tibial spurs when flexed, and spiniform setae on prolateral and retrolateral maxillae and coxae I–IV.

Type species.

Bumba cabocla  ( Pérez-Miles, 2000), comb. n.

Etymology.

Bumba (feminine) is taken from Brazilian theatrical folk tradition of the popular festival called Boi-bumbá (hit my bull), which takes place annually in North and Northeastern Brazil.

New combinations.

Bumba cabocla  ( Pérez-Miles, 2000), comb. n.; Bumba horrida  (Schmidt, 1994), comb. n.; and Bumba pulcherrimaklaasi  (Schmidt, 1991), comb. n.