Draconarius incertus

Zhang, Zhi-Sheng, Zhu, Ming-Sheng & Wang, Xin-Ping, 2005, Draconarius exilis, a new species of coelotine spider from China (Araneae, Amaurobiidae), Zootaxa 1057, pp. 45-50: 46

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.170115

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scientific name

Draconarius incertus
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Draconarius incertus  group

The species of this group can be easily distinguished from other coelotines. Females have no epigynal teeth, the anterior part of female epigynum is more or less wrinkled, and the spermathecae are small and anterior extending. Males exhibit a short cymbial furrow (less than half cymbial length), the embolus of male palp is short and prolaterally originating, the conductor has a bifurcated apex, and the median apophysis is simple and not spoonshaped.

Three species are included in this group: D. exilis  sp. nov., D. incertus Wang, 2003  and D. pseudobrunneus Wang, 2003  . The known distribution of the species group is limited to southwest China, including Yunnan and Sichuan Provinces ( Fig. 7View FIGURE 7).