Muma, 1962: 17, figs 16-17.
(Muma): Muma, 1970a: 34-35; Muma, 1976: 19; Brookhart and Brookhart,
California: Los Angeles County - Crystal Lake, 29 July 1950 (J. W. McSwain), 1 male (holotype).
Deposited in the American Museum of Natural History.
Muma, 1962: 10-11, fig. 8 (as Therobates macswaini):
Total length, 16.0 mm.
Chelicerae 4.2 mm 1.5
4th legs 20.0
Color in alcohol similar to that of T.
arcus except there are three longitudinal dusky stripes on
chelicerae, markings on propeltidium more distinct, and legs dusky on
femora, tibiae, and metatarsi.
Dentition similar to that of T. arcus
except fixed finger not bowed but hooked downward at its distal end,
fondal notch narrow and obscure, and fondal teeth graded I, II, III, IV
in size (fig. 16).
Structure similar to that of T. arcus
except this species smaller and ctenidia on first post-spiracular
abdominal segment tubular and not extending to posterior margin of
succeeding segment (fig. 17). Two of the ctenidia are broken off on the