However, the pattern of the pygidial apodemes
and construction of the fulcrum are different.
7 and 8): hypandrium stripe-like with a small triangular posterior projection on one side, gonocoxites with a group of alveoli on lateral margin, gonostyli little longer than gonocoxite, coniform, with acute apex, a group of alveoli at base and short sparsely distributed setae on apical 2/3; gonocoxal apodeme
strongly sclerotized, pilose ventrally and with rounded distal margin; aedeagus bifid, left branch little longer and wider in dorsal view, one short sinuous paramere articulates with aedeagus and ends on the small projection of the hipandrium; epandrium as long as wide, pilose, surstyli coniform, 1.5X the length of gonostyle, with one tenaculum at apex.
quijos the paraphyses have with two pedunculated setae and the aedeagal apodeme
is not curved.
I (ap l)12 long, V- shaped continuing with sternum I (st l).Sternum I (st l) free, swollen at tip 56 long.
The first lever arm (L1) is a measure of the distance between the claw's pivot (P) and the insertion point of the closer muscle apodeme
Two-thirds distal parts of movable finger with 10-12 pointed teeth with dental canals that reach up to distinctly proximad of halfway between trichobothria st and sb, distal tooth tiny, subdistal tooth small; third basal part of movable chelal finger with 6-7 rounded (rarely 4), partially fused, vestigial teeth without canals on raised lamina; dental row reaching proximad of sb, approximately level sensilla pc, 1-5 proximal microtubercles; basal condyle (bc) present, basal apodeme
long and apically indented; coupled sensilla pc halfway between trichobothria sb and b or slightly closer to b.
The ventral and dorsal arms of apodeme
on the aedeagus of the male M.
long, slender, distally dilated and divided in two arms apically pointed, each directed laterally and ending in a round membranous area (Fig.
2 (ap2) not meeting apodeme
3 (ap3) ...........
Male: Second sternal apodemes
(2S) bladelike, extending 4th sternite.
Area lateral to apodeme
3 (ap 3) and apodeme
4 (ap 4) not dotted.