Muma, 1962: 17-18, figs 18-19.
(Muma): Muma, 1970a: 34; Muma, 1976: 19; Brookhart and Brookhart, 2006:
California: San Diego County - Cuyamaca, 20 April
1950 (Linsley and MacSwain), 2 males (holotype and paratype). Deposited in the American Museum of Natural History.
Muma, 1962: 15-17,
figs 9-15 (as Therobates cuyamacanus):
Total length, 21.0 mm.
Chelicerae 5.4-5.8 mm 2.3-2.5 mm.
Fourth Legs 24.5-25.5
Color and markings in alcohol apparently almost identical with those of
T. arcus. The holotype of the latter species has been preserved
for a much longer period of time and is somewhat faded.
Dentition similar to that of T. arcus
except both fixed and movable fingers slightly undulate rather than
arched, and fondal teeth graded in size I, II, III, IV (fig. 18).
Structure very similar to that of T.
arcus except scopula on metatarsus of palpus composed of 40 or fewer
papillae and very thin distally (fig. 19).