Eremochelis noonani Muma 1989
Eremochelis noonani Muma, 1989: 29, figs 43-44; Brookhart and Brookhart,
California: San Bernardino County - Miller Canyon, in a bait trap, 10 May
1964 to 16 June 1964 (G. R. Noonan),
Deposited in American Museum of Natural History.
29, figs 43-44:
Total length 22.0 mm.
Chelicerae 5.0 mm
Leg 4 24.0
Coloration in alcohol
somewhat faded and overlaid with fine dust or dirt but apparently dusky
yellow marked with purplish brown as follows: eye tubercle dark;
propeltidium dark on anterior and lateral margins; mesopeltidium,
metapeltidium, and abdominal tergites uniformly dusky; abdominal pleura
slightly dusky; venter pale; chelicerae pale; palpi and legs slightly
dusky on all segments except the coxae; malleoli pale.
Structure typical of other males of group
but specifically different as indicated in measurements and ratios,
figure 43 of cheliceral profile, and figure 44 of ctendia. No
distinct mesal tooth and both rows of fondal tooth graded I, II, III,
IV. Palpal metatarsus 3.1 times length of tarsus.