Genus Chanbria Muma 1951

Chanbria Muma, 1951 , p . 96; Muma, 1962, p. 27; Muma, 1970 1 p. 36; Muma 1989: 3 (key), 18.


Type species:

Muma 1951


Diagnosis:



Original description:

Muma 1951: 82:

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Subsequent accounts:

Muma 1970a: 3 (key), 29 (heading, literature reference)

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Muma 1976: 18:

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Muma 1987: 10:

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Muma 1989: 3 (key), 18:

Leg 1 with 2 claws; chelicerae 2.5 to 3 times longer than wide; tiny to moderate-sized species...........................................................................................................Therobatinae....
Fixed cheliceral finger strongly recurved, sigmoid or S-shaped; mesoventral groove absent; both dorsal and ventral flagellum complex setae plumose; moderate-sized species............
.......................................................................................................................Chanbria Muma


"This unique sand inhabit ing genus is presently under revision so two new forms from the United States are not included here."



Notes:

The genus Eremothera contains two species from the southwestern United States and adjacent Mexico. Distribution



Included species



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