Glenognatha, Simon, 1887

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 : 19-20

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4069.1.1

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Glenognatha
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Key to Glenognatha   males

1 Chelicerae with a strong macrosetae ( Fig. 85D View FIGURE 85 , 86A)............................................. G. hirsutissima  

- Chelicerae without such macrosetae ( Figs. 57 A View FIGURE 57 , 61 A View FIGURE 61 , 127 A View FIGURE 127 ).................................................. 2

2 Chelicerae with anterior tooth ( Figs. 68 A View FIGURE 68 , 72 A View FIGURE 72 , 90 A View FIGURE 90 , 94 A View FIGURE 94 , 98D View FIGURE 98 )............................................... 3

- Chelicerae without anterior tooth ( Figs. 10 A View FIGURE 10 , 15 A View FIGURE 15 , 57 A View FIGURE 57 , 61 A View FIGURE 61 , 127 A View FIGURE 127 )........................................... 9

3 Ret1 displaced to the posterior surface ( Figs. 68B–C View FIGURE 68 )............................................. G. caparu   n. sp.

- Ret1 not displaced ( Figs. 72B View FIGURE 72 , 90C View FIGURE 90 , 94C View FIGURE 94 )................................................................. 4

4 Prt1 enlarged relative to Prt2 and Prt3 ( Figs. 72 A View FIGURE 72 , 94 A View FIGURE 94 , 98D View FIGURE 98 )................................................. 5

- Prt1 not enlarged ( Figs. 75E View FIGURE 75 , 77E View FIGURE 77 , 90A View FIGURE 90 )................................................................... 7

5 Paracymbium with a rounded basal apophysis ( Fig. 73H View FIGURE 73 )........................................ G. caaguara   n. sp.

- Paracymbium with a pointed basal apophysis ( Figs. 95F View FIGURE 95 , 97H View FIGURE 97 , 99H View FIGURE 99 )............................................ 6

6 Embolus coiled, Prt1 strongly curved ( Figs. 98D View FIGURE 98 , 99D–E View FIGURE 99 )................................................ G. iviei  

- Embolus not coiled, Prt1 slightly curved ( Figs. 94A View FIGURE 94 , 95D–E View FIGURE 95 ).......................................... G. heleios  

7 Paracymbium distal portion as long or longer than the tegulum as seen in retrolateral view ( Figs. 78H View FIGURE 78 , 79C View FIGURE 79 ) G. camisea   n. sp.

- Paracymbium distal portion shorter than the tegulum as seen in retrolateral view.................................. 8

8 Conductor lamina excavated in dorsal view, retrolateral margin entire ( Figs. 91C View FIGURE 91 , 92H View FIGURE 92 )......................... G. foxi  

- Conductor lamina not excavated, retrolateral margin serrated ( Fig. 76C View FIGURE 76 )............................. G. januari   n. sp.

9 Embolic medial groove limited to the inner surface of the embolus; paracymbium distal portion short ( Figs. 11H View FIGURE 11 , 13A View FIGURE 13 , 18A, D View FIGURE 18 , 23D, H View FIGURE 23 )........................................................................................... 10

- Embolic medial groove occupying the outer surface of the embolus; paracymbium distal portion long ( Figs. 28G–H View FIGURE 28 , 49B, F View FIGURE 49 , 54A View FIGURE 54 , 64B–C View FIGURE 64 , 74F View FIGURE 74 , 92F View FIGURE 92 , 97A View FIGURE 97 , 112H View FIGURE 112 )..................................................................... 12

10 Conductor lamina with a distal prolaterally oriented fold enclosing partially the embolus tip ( Figs. 18 A –B View FIGURE 18 , 23D–G View FIGURE 23 )..... 11

- Conductor lamina without such fold ( Figs. 13A–C View FIGURE 13 )............................................ G. boraceia   n. sp.

11 Embolus tip twice coiled, with filiform projections ( Figs. 22D View FIGURE 22 , 23G, M–P View FIGURE 23 )............................ G. lacteovittata  

- Embolus tip uncoiled, without filiform projections ( Figs. 16D View FIGURE 16 , 18A–B View FIGURE 18 ).............................. G. florezi   n. sp.

12 Carapace with pore-bearing and setae-bearing lateral depressions ( Figs. 29 A –C, E–F View FIGURE 29 , 31 A View FIGURE 31 , 38 A View FIGURE 38 , 42 A –B, D–G View FIGURE 42 )........ 13

- Carapace without such depressions ( Figs. 45 A View FIGURE 45 , 50 A View FIGURE 50 , 56 A View FIGURE 56 , 118 A View FIGURE 118 )............................................. 15

13 Conductor apical portion with well chitinized tooth-like projections ( Figs. 40F View FIGURE 40 , 43G View FIGURE 43 )....................... G. dentata  

- Conductor apical portion without such projections ( Figs. 28H View FIGURE 28 , 37A–B View FIGURE 37 )......................................... 14

14 Conductor lamina sinuous; sternum with rounded setae-bearing depressions ( Figs. 31C View FIGURE 31 , 35 A –B View FIGURE 35 , 37 A View FIGURE 37 )...... G. argyrostilba  

- Conductor lamina not sinuous; sternum smooth ( Fig. 27B View FIGURE 27 , 28H View FIGURE 28 , 29D View FIGURE 29 )...................................... G. tangi  

15 Chelicerae with enlarged Ret2 and Ret3, the latter being longer ( Figs. 123A–C View FIGURE 123 )............................. G. minuta  

- Chelicerae otherwise ( Figs. 46B View FIGURE 46 , 51B View FIGURE 51 , 57B View FIGURE 57 , 81B View FIGURE 81 ), if Ret2 and Ret3 are enlarged, the latter is subequal or shorter ( Figs. 115B View FIGURE 115 , 119B View FIGURE 119 , 127B View FIGURE 127 )....................................................................................... 16

16. Chelicerae with enlarged Prt1, curved ( Fig. 65D View FIGURE 65 )................................................... G. smilodon  

- Chelicerae with Prt1 not enlarged ( Figs. 46 A View FIGURE 46 , 51 A View FIGURE 51 , 57 A View FIGURE 57 , 61 A View FIGURE 61 )............................................... 17

17 Ret1 adjacent to the fang articulation, longer than the fang width ( Fig. 46B View FIGURE 46 ).......................... G. mendezi   n. sp.

- Ret1 not adjacent to the fang articulation ( Figs. 51B View FIGURE 51 , 57B View FIGURE 57 , 61B View FIGURE 61 , 81B View FIGURE 81 , 101C View FIGURE 101 , 115B View FIGURE 115 ), if near to the fang articulation shorter than the fang width ( Figs. 106B–C View FIGURE 106 , 111B–C View FIGURE 111 )................................................................. 18

18 Embolus tip curved towards the conductor ( Figs. 82 A View FIGURE 82 , 84 A –E View FIGURE 84 ).................................... G. vivianae   n. sp.

- Embolus tip otherwise................................................................................. 19

19 Ret2 straight ( Figs. 57B View FIGURE 57 , 61B View FIGURE 61 ), if curved, apical portion mesally oriented ( Fig. 51B View FIGURE 51 ).............................. 20

- Ret2 curved, apical portion ectally oriented ( Figs. 101B View FIGURE 101 , 106B View FIGURE 106 , 111B View FIGURE 111 , 115B View FIGURE 115 )..................................... 22

20 Three promarginal teeth ( Figs. 51A, C View FIGURE 51 )............................................................ G. gaujoni  

- Five or more promarginal teeth ( Figs. 57 A, C View FIGURE 57 , 61 A, C View FIGURE 61 )..................................................... 21

21 Conductor lamina with a long apical projection ( Figs. 58B View FIGURE 58 , 59A–B)............................... G. patriceae   n. sp.

- Conductor lamina without such projection ( Figs. 62B View FIGURE 62 , 64A–B View FIGURE 64 )......................................... G. globosa  

22 Cheliceral basal segment with a sharpened projection in the distal margin ( Fig. 127A View FIGURE 127 )...................... G. emertoni  

- Cheliceral basal segment without such projection ( Figs. 115 A View FIGURE 115 , 119 A View FIGURE 119 ).......................................... 23

23 Ret2 abruptly curved ( Fig. 115B View FIGURE 115 )............................................................. G. gouldi   n. sp.

- Ret2 gradually curved ( Figs. 101B View FIGURE 101 , 106B View FIGURE 106 , 119B View FIGURE 119 ).......................................................... 24

24 Embolus longer than the conductor in ventral view ( Figs. 120A, E View FIGURE 120 )................................. G. timbira   n. sp.

- Embolus subequal to the conductor in ventral view ( Figs. 109A–C View FIGURE 109 , 113F–H).................................... 25

25 Conductor lamina with a thin apical projection ( Figs. 102B View FIGURE 102 , 104F View FIGURE 104 )..................................... G. australis  

- Conductor lamina apical portion otherwise ( Figs. 107B View FIGURE 107 , 112B View FIGURE 112 )............................................... 26

26 Clypeus strongly projected ( Fig. 110B View FIGURE 110 )............................................................ G. gloriae  

- Clypeus slightly projected ( Fig. 105B View FIGURE 105 )........................................................... G. spherella