Eremochelis truncus Muma 1986
Eremochelis truncus Muma, 1986: 11, figs 26-27; Muma, 1987: 11-12, figs
26-27; Vázquez Rojas, 1995: 31; Vázquez Rojas, 1996e: 76; Brookhart and
Brookhart, 2006: 319.
California Sur: - Isla Coyote, just north of Isla San Francisco, Baja
California Sur, Mexico, 19 April
1962 (Chris Parrish),
Deposited in California Academy of Sciences.
1986: 11, figs 26-27:
Total length 22.0 mm.
Chelicerae 5.6 mm
Leg 4 20.0
Coloration in alcohol
pale yellow with a dusky purple eye tubercle, and a faintly dusky tarsus
and metatarsus of the palpus. All other structures are pale with
an unusual pale lavender tinge at the margins..
Structure seemingly similar to that
of other females of the group as indicated by the above measurements and
ratios, and the cheliceral profile shown in figure 26. However,
the opercula are distinctive as shown in figure 27; there is a low
rounded mesal tooth on the movable cheliceral finger, and there are no
claws on the tarsi of leg 1. There are no distinguishable trace
ctenidia on the first post-stigmatic abdominal sternite.