(2015) noted that Dinorhax resembles Rhagodidae and Hexisopodidae in terms of cheliceral
morphology, Eremo-batidae in terms of the dentition on the chelicera, and the genus Karschia Walter, 1889 (Karschiidae) in terms of flagellum morphology.
On the other hand, while duration and frequency of cheliceral
tapping by spidermites increased on whitefly infested leaves, no effect on feeding duration and frequency was observed.
Chelicerae (length 65-73) with one tooth on each movable and fixed digit; both cheliceral
setae similar in length (10), setiform, slightly barbed.
hand with 5 setae (lacks seta it respect to adults) and 1 lateral microseta; fixed finger with 7-8 teeth, two distal teeth larger than others; movable finger without an isolated subapical tooth (di), with 5-6 teeth, the distal one larger than others; spinneret moderately prominent, as in adult females; seta gl 0.55 from base of movable finger; lyrifissures patterns as in adults.
setae long, setiform and barbed; cha (32-36) longer than chb (24).
Chelicerae with 3 or 4 prolateral and 2-4 retrolateral teeth on cheliceral
furrow, uncommonly 3 or 2 teeth.
Because there is no fondal notch, the cheliceral
width/fixed finger width ratio is used to indicate whether the fixed cheliceral
finger of the male is thin or robust in relation to the size of the chelicera.
Chelicerae (length 151-164) chelate-dentate; cheliceral
setae setiform, barbed, cha (57-65) longer than chb (32-41).
These species also share a short cheliceral
paturon (Heimer 1986).
setae setiform, barbed; cha (36) slightly longer, than chb (34).
Description.--This medium-sized, rather delicate salticid is unusual in having a wide multi-cusped (4-5 cusps) retromarginal cheliceral
Chelicerae red-brown, with short white setae on anterior surface, surface granular; chelicera with single thick black seta on anterior surface of paturon, located just distal of cheliceral
base; three evenly spaced teeth on promargin, median tooth largest, distal tooth smallest; two teeth on retromargin, close together and subequal in size; small cheliceral
keel present; endites pale brown with scattered fine black setae, rounded on anterior margin, with well-developed serrula, straight on retrolateral and posterior margins; prolateral longitudinal ridge extending length of endites; labium brown, slightly wider than long.