Eremochelis morrisi (Muma 1951)
Therobates morrisi Muma, 1951: 90-92, figs 162-164.
Eremochelis morrisi (Muma): Muma, 1970a: 32; Muma, 1976: 19; Muma,
1989: 30, fig. 45; Brookhart and Brookhart, 2006: 318.
Los Angeles County - San Dimas Canyon, 1 mile north of San Dimas Park, 6
August 1947 (G. D. Morris), 1 male (holotype).
Deposited in American Museum of Natural History.
90-92, figs 162-164 (as Therobates morrisi):
Total length, 13.0 mm.
Chelicerae 4.1 mm
4th legs 15.0
Coloration in alcohol somewhat faded but
apparently same as T. branchi, new species, except the
propeltidium is nearly uniformly dusky and the legs are dusky on all
Structure similar to that of T. cameronensis, new species, except the movable finger is new species,
except the movable finger is fixed finger is nearly straight, the mesal
groove of the fixed finger does not extend to the base of the fixed
finger, the fondal notch is distinct, there are about 40 papillae in the
scopula of the palpus, and there are only two heavy ctenidia on the
first post-spiracular stemite of the abdomen.