Muma, 1989: 24-25, figs 36-37; Brookhart and Brookhart, 2006: 317.
Utah: Tecoma Range, Copper Mtns, near Lucin, Utah, 1928
(Vasco Tanner), 1 male.
Deposited in the collection of Brigham Young University.
24-25, figs 36-37:
Total length, 20.0 mm.
Chelicerae 5.2 mm
4th legs 20.0
in alcohol pale yellow with dusky purplish markings as follows: eye
tubercle dusky; propeltidium faintly dusky along poster margin; palpus
faintly dusky on apical end of femur and all of tibia, metatarsus, and
tarsus; other structures paler.
Structure similar to branchi as
indicated by measurements and ratios, as shown in figure 36 of
chelicerae, and figure 37 of opercula. No mesal tooth on movable
cheliceral finger and only 2 trace ctenidia on first post-stigmatic
abdominal sternite. Otherwise setation similar to other females of
group. Both rows of fondal teeth graded I, III, II, IV in size.