Muma, 1951: 88, fig. 152.
Eremochelis iviei (Muma): Muma, 1970a: 32; Muma, 1976: 19; Muma, 1989:
21-22, figs 26-27; Brookhart and Brookhart, 2006: 316.
Pima County - Colossal Cave Camp, 8 September 1941 (W. Ivie), 1 female (holotype).
Deposited in the University of Utah.
Muma, 1951: 88, fig. 152 (as Therobates iviei):
Total length, 28.0 mm.
Chelicerae 7.4 mm
4th legs 27.0
Coloration in alcohol apparently similar to
that of Therobates gertschi, new species. Specimen newly
molted and dusky markings are faint. Malleoli white.
Dentition similar to that of
Therobates branchi, new species, except there is a minute
intermediate tooth behind the principal tooth of the fixed finger.
Structure similar to that of
branchi except for the proportional width of the propeltidium which is
wider than long by a ratio of 1 to 1.9. Six barely distinguishable trace
ctenidia occur on the first post-spiracular abdominal sternite.
Figure 152 shows the opercula
of the genmtal segment of the abdomen.