Male: All pereopodal propodi bearing sockets into which tips of sharply pointed dactyli retract.
It is uncertain whether the propodi of that male's pereopods bear sockets receiving the tips of the dactyli, as in the male herein described.
Pereopods all of about same size, with all articles distinct, dactyli bluntly pointed, carpi heavily setose, bases noncarinate.
In first two pairs, dactyli long and curved, their tips almost reaching serrated setose distal margins of respective carpi; propodi greatly enlarged and resting on respective bases; meri and carpi fused.
3H, J) all of similar structure but nearly doubling in size posteriorly; all articles distinct; dactyli reduced, their short tips (Fig.
Longitudinal rows of spines on dactyli
of walking legs each with 3 to 5 spines 10
Third to fifth pereopods moderately stout, similar in structure but slightly increasing in relative length from third to fifth; dactyli
subconical, 0.3-0.4 length of propodi, each terminating in strong, curved corneous unguis, flexor surface with about ten corneous, distally curved, spinules arranged in three or four rows; propodi increasing in length from third to fifth, each with three or four spinules on ventrodistal margin and irregular two rows of spinules on ventral surface in third and fourth, with double row of spinules laterally and single row of sparse spinules mesially in fifth; carpi 0.7-0.9 length of propodi in third and fourth pereopods, 0.5-0.6 in fifth pereopod; meri and ischia unarmed.
Orden Wedeletalia glaucae Mendez 1983 4.1 Alianza Wedelion glaucae Mendez 1983 4.1.1 Asociacion Cynodetum dactyli Mendez 1983 4.1.2 Asociacion Baccharidetum salicifoliae Mendez 1983 4.1.3.
Se diferenciaron 5 comunidades que pertenecen a las clases Stellarietea mediae y Sarcocomieteaperennis (Tablas I y 2): Cynodetum dactyli, comunidad de Hordeum murinum, comunidad de Agropyron elongatum, Sisymbrio rapistretum y Distichletum spicatae.
Cynodetum dactyli y Distichletum spicatae son indicadoras de sitios altamente disturbados, con suelos compactados, secos, arcillosos y poco permeables, con crecimiento en los dos periodos del ano.
The dactyli are held under the prey if it is not too large.
The eye is then groomed by setae on the dactyli and the propodi.