Legs yellow except orange dark brown metatarsi
and tarsi having thin yellow scopulae.
three- segmented, tarsomere II bearing apical row of four black-tipped ventral spines, tarsomere II and III subequal.
34) latifrons Lessert Males 1 Tibiae and metatarsi
of legs I and II with fringe of long black hairs (Fig.
walshi in having the metatarsi
longer than the tarsi of all legs.
First tibiae with single prolateral spine, two retrolateral and four pairs of ventral spines; metatarsi
with three pairs on ventral surface.
Legs long, femora and tibiae pale yellow, femora with paired longitudinal dark brown ventral lines, tibiae with dorsodistal dark brown transverse band, metatarsi
and tarsi yellowish brown.
Forelegs relatively long and armed with spines; tibiae and metatarsi
with one to three rows of raptorial spines along the anterior prolateral surfaces, where long erect spines are interspersed by three or four smaller bent ones (e.
First pair of legs long and robust, with slightly swollen tibiae; only single stout short tibial spine present, metatarsi
I with one pair of ventral spines.
Leg spination: tibiae I and II with eight ventral pairs of spines; metatarsi
I with six ventral pairs of spines; metatarsi
II with five ventral pairs of spines.
Leg formula 4123; legs covered in black and white feathery and short straight setae corresponding with markings, with short leg spines on femora, tibiae and metatarsi
, and trichobothria and short erect white setae on tibiae, metatarsi
and tarsi (Figs 17-21); feathery setae absent on tarsi, claw tufts dense (Fig.
Legs: all legs similar in thickness, reddish-brown above and light yellowish-brown below except tarsi of palp and metatarsi
and tarsi of all legs that are black above and reddish-brown below.
0 spines, tibiae and metatarsi
with ventral spines that can be paired or not.