Eremobates vallis species group

Diagnosis:

Eremobatine species in which the fixed cheliceral finger of the male is ...


Literature accounts:

Muma 1989: 6 -7 (key), 13,

"Females of palpisetulosus, aztecus, and vallis groups have opercula pitted and alate laterally but variable in size and form."


(Males) Mesal groove of fixed chelicera! finger mesoventral in position....
Mesal groove broad both basally and apically, occupying most of finger width ......................................................................................................... vallis group

(Females) Opercula widely separated posteriorly and/or slightly to distinctly lobate at posterio-ectal angles and with a pair of distinct pits about midway along ectal margins....
Posteriomesal notch small and flat, occupying a minor portion of opercular area, pits shallow...............................................................................................vallis group


"Males of group have basal constriction but no distinct notch and dorsal flare but no ectodorsal tooth-like process on fixed cheliceral finger . Mesoventral groove of finger broad from apex to base, not distinctly dilated. No anterior tooth on movable cheliceral finger . Females have opercula broadly l obate at posterioectal angles, adjacent mesally for most of length and with a small but wide and flat opercular notch ."


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Included species


  • Eremobates vallis Muma 1989

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