Muma, 1963: 4, fig. 10.
Eremochelis nudus (Muma): Muma, 1970a: 35; Muma, 1976: 19; Brookhart and
Brookhart, 2006: 318.
Nevada: 28 mi. N of Mercury, 3 mi. W of Mercury Highway, 20 April 1961
(1BH20C), 1 male.
Deposited in the American Museum of Natural History.
Muma, 1963: 4,
fig 10 (as Therobates nudus):
Total length, 13.5 mm.
Chelicerae 3.7 mm
4th legs 17.0
Coloration, dentition and structure of this species are very similar to
that of T. arcus. The dentition of this species differs in
a more massive fixed finger, a fondal notch that is deeper than it is
wide but narrower than the base of the fixed finger and a minute
intermediate tooth in addition to one at the base of the principal tooth
(Figure 10). Differences in structure include the lack of a palpal
scopula and the lack of abdominal ctenidia.