Muma, 1989: 28-29, figs 41-42; Brookhart and Brookhart, 2006: 318.
California: Kern County - NE El Paso Mts., Spring
1963 (D. Gibo), 1 male (holotype). Deposited in the American Museum of Natural History.
Muma, 1989: 28-29,
Total length 14.0 mm.
Chelicerae 4.7 mm
Fourth Legs 20.5
Coloration in alcohol questionable.
Specimen was at one time dried out. Palpi seem to be dusky
apically on femora and all of tibiae, metatarsi, and tarsi. All
othe structures are apparently pale.
Structure similar to other species of
group as indicated in measurements and ratios, figure 41 of chelicerae,
and figure 42 of ctenidia. No mesal tooth on movable finger;
mesoventral groove of fixed cheliceral finger does not extend basally
into fondal notch; fondal tooth sizes are I, III, II, IV for ectal row
and I, II, III, IV for mesal row. There are 14 or 15 long slender
spine-like setae ventrally on femora and tibia of palpi; those on the
metatarsi are indistinguishable.