Muma, 1989: 34-35, figs
54-55; Brookhart and Brookhart, 2006: 319.
California: Imperial County - 11 mi. W of Colorado River, from pits along
Sidewinder Road, April
1973, 1 male (holotype). Deposited in DPI.
Muma, 1989: 28-29,
Total length 12.0 mm.
Chelicerae 3.1 mm
Fourth Legs 14.0
Coloration in alcohol somewhat faded but
apparently pale yellow with dark eye tubercle, reddish duskiness on
tarsus, metatarsus, tibia, and apical end of femur of palpus and a
reddish duskiness on femur and tibia of leg 4. All other
structures pale or indistinctly dusky.
Structure not entirely typical but
approaching that of group as indicated in diagnosis above.
Measurements and ratios, figure 54 of chelicerae, and figure 55 of
abdominal ctenidia further characterize the species. No anterior
or mesal teeth on movable cheliceral finger, but there is only one tiny
denticule just distal of primary tooth. Both rows of fondal teeth
are graded in size I, III, II, IV and there is an indistinct cup-like
hollow apically on both of the cheliceral fingers. Palpal
metatarsus 3 times the length of the tarsus.