Muma, 1962: 26 (fig 41), 28 (key), 29;
Muma, 1970a: 37;
Muma, 1976: 20; Polis and McCormick, 1986: 112; Muma and Muma, 1988: 25;
Brookhart and Brookhart, 2006: 315.
California: [Kern County] - Tehachapi Mountains, September 8,
1914 [collector?], adult male. Deposited in the American Museum of
1962: 26 (fig 41), 28 (key), 29:
Total length, 23.0 mm.
Chelicerae 7.4 mm. 2.4 mm.
Propeltidium 3.5 4.5
Legs and palpi
mangled and not measurable.
Specimen shriveled and faded by preservation, but color in alcohol
apparently similar to that of regalis.
also similar to that of C.
regalis. The most striking difference in dentition is the
constriction and attenuation of the fixed finger of the present species
(fig. 41). Another distinct difference is the complete lack of fondal
teeth I and II on this species, whereas C.
regalis has these teeth small but distinct. In
addition there are two tiny supernumerary intermediate teeth on the
Structure similar to that of
C. regalis, but this species lacks
a scopula on the metatarsus of the palpus whereas C. regalis has a basal
scopula composed of numerous papillae.