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 : 20-21

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

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5666924

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https://treatment.plazi.org/id/8E0E8F67-7D01-FF9C-ACBA-0E93FA23D5E5

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Plazi

scientific name

Glenognatha
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Key to Glenognatha   females

1 Spermathecae absent ( Figs. 12 A –B View FIGURE 12 , 17 A –E View FIGURE 17 , 23 A –C View FIGURE 23 , 53B–E View FIGURE 53 , 59D–G, 117 A –B, 121 A –C)........................... 2

- Spermathecae present ( Figs. 36 A –D View FIGURE 36 , 41 A –C View FIGURE 41 , 48 A –F View FIGURE 48 , 70 A –E View FIGURE 70 , 83 A –D View FIGURE 83 , 103 A –E View FIGURE 103 , 108 A –E View FIGURE 108 , 129 A –E View FIGURE 129 )................... 9

2 Chelicerae with ectal apophysis ( Figs. 51E View FIGURE 51 , 57E View FIGURE 57 )........................................................... 3

- Chelicerae without ectal apophysis ( Fig. 61E View FIGURE 61 ).............................................................. 4

3 Chelicerae with anterior tooth ( Fig. 51D View FIGURE 51 ).......................................................... G. gaujoni  

- Chelicerae without anterior tooth ( Fig. 57D View FIGURE 57 ).................................................. G. patriceae   n. sp.

4 Chelicerae with anterior tooth ( Figs. 61D View FIGURE 61 ).......................................................... G. globosa  

- Chelicerae without anterior tooth ( Fig. 115D View FIGURE 115 , 119D View FIGURE 119 )........................................................ 5

5 Prt 1 basal region enlarged ( Fig. 119D View FIGURE 119 )....................................................... G. timbira   n. sp.

- Prt 1 basal region not enlarged ( Figs. 115D View FIGURE 115 )............................................................... 6

6 Ret2 enlarged, strongly curved ( Fig. 115E View FIGURE 115 )..................................................... G. gouldi   n. sp.

- Ret2 not enlarged, moderately curved ( Figs. 10E View FIGURE 10 , 15E View FIGURE 15 , 20E View FIGURE 20 ).................................................. 7

7 Chelicerae with two posterior bulges ( Fig. 20E View FIGURE 20 )................................................. G. lacteovittata  

- Chelicerae with one posterior bulge ( Figs. 10F View FIGURE 10 , 15F View FIGURE 15 )........................................................ 8

8 Cheliceral posterior bulge located at the level of the Ret2 and Ret3, as seen in mesal view ( Fig. 10F View FIGURE 10 )..... G. boraceia   n. sp.

- Cheliceral posterior bulge located at the level of the Ret3 and Ret4, as seen in mesal view ( Fig. 15F View FIGURE 15 )....... G. florezi   n. sp.

9 Cheliceral with anterior bulge ( Figs. 123F View FIGURE 123 , 127F View FIGURE 127 ).......................................................... 10

- Chelicerae without such bulge ( Figs. 26F View FIGURE 26 , 46F View FIGURE 46 , 68F View FIGURE 68 , 81F View FIGURE 81 ).................................................... 11

10 Spermathecae and copulatory ducts well-developed ( Figs. 125A–E View FIGURE 125 )...................................... G. minuta  

- Spermathecae and copulatory ducts reduced ( Figs. 129A–E View FIGURE 129 ).......................................... G. emertoni  

11 Carapace with pore-bearing and setae-bearing lateral depressions ( Figs. 31E View FIGURE 31 , 37D–E View FIGURE 37 , 38E View FIGURE 38 )......................... 12

- Carapace without such depressions ( Figs. 45E View FIGURE 45 , 50E View FIGURE 50 , 56E View FIGURE 56 , 118E View FIGURE 118 )............................................... 14

12 Sternum smooth ( Fig. 25G View FIGURE 25 )....................................................................... G. tangi  

- Sternum with setae-bearing depressions ( Fig. 32G View FIGURE 32 , 37C View FIGURE 37 ).................................................... 13

13 Membranous chamber with filiform projections ( Fig. 41A View FIGURE 41 )............................................ G. dentata  

- Membranous chamber without such projections ( Figs. 36 A, G View FIGURE 36 )..................................... G. argyrostilba  

14 Chelicerae with a strong macrosetae ( Fig. 85H View FIGURE 85 )................................................. G. hirsutissima  

- Chelicerae without such macrosetae ( Fig. 46D View FIGURE 46 , 81D View FIGURE 81 )....................................................... 15

15 Ret1 enlarged ( Figs. 46E View FIGURE 46 , 68E View FIGURE 68 )........................................................................ 16

- Ret1 not enlarged ( Figs. 81E View FIGURE 81 , 94E View FIGURE 94 , 106E View FIGURE 106 )................................................................ 17

16 Prt2 closer to Prt1 than to Prt3 ( Fig. 46D View FIGURE 46 )..................................................... G. mendezi   n. sp.

- Prt 2 closer to Prt3 than to Prt1 ( Fig. 68D View FIGURE 68 )..................................................... G. caparu   n. sp.

17 Spermathecae bean-shaped ( Figs. 83D View FIGURE 83 , 103E View FIGURE 103 )............................................................. 18

- Spermathecae otherwise ( Figs. 92D–E View FIGURE 92 , 96D–E View FIGURE 96 , 113E)...................................................... 19

18 Prt1 and Prt2 subequal in size ( Fig. 81D View FIGURE 81 )..................................................... G. vivianae   n. sp.

- Prt2 enlarged relative to Prt1 ( Fig. 101D View FIGURE 101 )......................................................... G. australis  

19 Cheliceral fang outgrowth well-developed ( Fig. 90E View FIGURE 90 ).................................................... G. foxi  

- Cheliceral fang outgrowth absent ( Figs. 94E View FIGURE 94 , 106E View FIGURE 106 )........................................................ 20

20 Clypeus strongly projected ( Fig. 110F View FIGURE 110 )............................................................ G. gloriae  

- Clypeus slightly projected ( Figs. 71F View FIGURE 71 , 93F View FIGURE 93 , 105F View FIGURE 105 ).......................................................... 21

21 Chelicera with posterior bulge; Ret2 enlarged ( Figs. 106E View FIGURE 106 )........................................... G. spherella  

- Chelicerae without posterior bulge ( Figs. 94E View FIGURE 94 , 72E View FIGURE 72 )........................................................ 22

22 Chelicerae with 3 promarginal and 3 retromarginal teeth ( Fig. 72F View FIGURE 72 )................................ G. caaguara   n. sp.

- Chelicerae with 3 promarginal and 4 retromarginal teeth ( Fig. 94F View FIGURE 94 )...................................... G. heleios