-- Male and female genital fields resemble those of Unionicola; pedipalps
resemble those of Unionicola; tibia and tarsus of first walking leg of male highly modified; tibia setose with two pairs of large, blunt setae, and an enlongate, thick seta at the distal end; tarsus strongly curved, with small claws.
11), which has a very similar pedipalp
morphology to the holotype (see Supplementary File 1, online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1636/JoA-S-17-079.sl), is also tentatively included here, but is larger, with more widely spaced ALEs; additional specimens and/or molecular data are required to confirm the identification of this population.
dark, tibiae very short, tibial apophysis curved (Fig.
Sur l'utilisation de la trichobothriotaxie du bras des pedipalpes
des Scorpions (Arachnides) dans le classement des genres de la famille des Buthidae Simon.
dark, tibial apophysis wide at base, short, with pointed tip (Figs 208, 209).
: trochanter 0.71, femur 0.81, patella 0.88, tibia 0.90, tarsus 0.38, claw 0.16, total excluding claw 3.68.
Diagnosis.--Males of Bungulla can be distinguished from all other Arbanitinae by the absence of a retrolateral tibial apophysis (RTA) on the male pedipalp
(Rix et al.
Colour: Generally pale yellow, chelicera and pedipalp
slightly darker, soft parts pale.
The tufted (T) male morph has a black body, three rows of setae on the anterior cephalothorax, black pedipalps
and white legs.
Scorpions that had their pedipalp
fingers painted exhibited no predator avoidance (40.7%, n = 27; binomial asymptotic P = 1.00; Fig.
lepturus without sexual dimorphism and end of its pedipalp
leads to very oval and width hand.
sclerite homologies and phylogenetic placement of the spider genus Stemonyphantes (Linyphiidae, Araneae) and its implications for linyphiid phylogeny.