Relating to that which is situated below a nipple.
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(CO = copulatory opening; DS = dorsal scutum; ES = epigastric sclerite; IS = inframamillary sclerite).
(AS = abdominal setae; DS = dorsal scutum; E = embolus; ES = epigastric sclerite; IS = inframamillary sclerite; LL = lateral loop; ML = medial loop; RAP = Rugose abdominal petiole; SD = sperm ducts; VE = ventral sclerite).
Abdomen narrow, elongate-oval, with short sclerotised petiole (longer than in female), three pairs of erect setae on anterior margin and deep red-brown scutum covering entire dorsum; two pairs of distinct sigilla present, first at 0.4 and second at 0.6 abdomen length; dorsal and lateral setae and markings as for female; venter dark grey, covered in short straight black setae with sparse feathery setae; ventral sclerite present, deep red-brown, subrectangular, nearly extending to spinnerets; post-epigastric and inframamillary sclerites distinct, quite strongly sclerotised.
Abdomen oval-elongate, widest at midpoint, with scutum covering entire dorsum; dorsum very dark brown with faint yellowish mottling, with lateral cream markings at half abdomen length; two pairs of sigilla present, first pair at a quarter abdomen length and second pair just behind cream markings; abdomen covered with short, straight white setae dorsally and fine black setae laterally; epigastric area sclerotised, ventral and inframamillary sclerites absent; venter with two paired lines of tiny sclerites running from epigastric fold to spinnerets.
Abdomen overlapping posterior margin of carapace; oval, tapering posteriorly, without dorsal or ventral scuta; paired dorsal sigilla present (Figs 1, 2); venter with paired tiny sclerites running in two rows from epigastric fold to spinnerets, lateral rows weakly sclerotised; inframamillary sclerite absent.