The Arachnid Order Solifugae

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PHYLOGENY/TAXONOMY

Phylogeny of the Solifugae
Keys to FamiliesFamily Ammotrechidae
 
AMMOTRECHINAE
  Ammotrecha
  Ammotrechella
  Ammotrechesta
  Ammotrechinus
  Ammotrechula
  Antillotrecha
  Campostrecha

  Dasycleobis
  Neocleobis
  Pseudocleobis
MORTOLINAE
  Mortola
NOTHOPUGINAE
  Nothopuga
OLTACOLINAE
  Oltacola
SARONOMINAE
  Branchia
  Chinchippus
  Innesa
  Procleobis
  Saronomus
INCERTAE SEDIS
  Chileotrecha
  Eutrecha
  Xenotrecha
  Happlodontus

Family Ceromidae
Family Daesiidae
Family Eremobatidae
Family Galeodidae
Family Gylippidae
Family Hexisopodidae
Family Karschiidae
Family Melanoblossidae
Family Mummuciidae
Family RhagodidaeFamily Solpugidae
Catalog of the Solifugae

Subfamily Saronominae Roewer 1934

 

Subfamily Saronominae Roewer 1934

Saronominae Roewer, 1934: 580 Adobe PDF icon; Mello-Leitão, 1938b: 11; Roewer 1941: 178 Adobe PDF icon; Muma, 1951: 135 Adobe PDF icon; Muma, 1970a: 55; Muma, 1976: 20; Muma, 1986: 18; Muma, 1987: 18.

Diagnosis:  Roewer (1934) characterized the subfamily as follows:

"Ammotrechidae, deren 2., 3. und 4. Tarsus jeweils l-gliedrig ist (Abb. 329,a, b, g, h); 2. und 3. Tibia dorsal-apikal unbedornt. "

[Ammotrechidae, whose 2nd, 3rd and 4th tarsi are each l-segmented (fig. 329, a, b, g, h); 2nd and 3rd tibia unarmed dorsoapically.]

329a,b - Saronomus capensis Kraepelin: a - leg II;  b - leg IV. 
329g,h - Innesa vittata (Pocock): g - leg II; h - leg IV.

Distribution:  North, Central and South America.
 
Included genera:

Branchia Muma 1951 (3 species)
Chinchippus 
Chamberlin 1920 (1 species)
Innesa
Roewer 1934 (1 species)
Procleobis
Kraepelin 1899 (1 species)
Saronomus
Kraepelin 1900 (1 species)

 

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
   
 



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Subfamily Ammotrechinae Roewer 1934

Ammotrechinae Roewer, 1934: 590-591 Adobe PDF icon; Mello-Leitão, 1938a: 22; Muma, 1951: 123Adobe PDF icon; Muma, 1970a: 44; Muma, 1971b Adobe PDF icon: 11; Muma, 1976: 24-25.

Diagnosis:  Roewer (1934) characterized the subfamily as follows:

"Ammotrechidae, deren 2., 3. und 4. Tarsus jeweils l-gliedrig ist (Abb. 329,a, b, g, h); 2. und 3. Tibia dorsal-apikal unbedornt. "

[Ammotrechidae, whose 2nd, 3rd and 4th tarsi are each l-segmented (fig. 329, A, b, g, h); 2nd and 3rd tibia unarmed dorsoapically.]

Distribution:  North, Central and South America.
 
Included genera:

Branchia Muma 1951
Chinchippus 
Chamberlin 1920
Inessa
Roewer 1934
Procleobis
Kraepelin 1899
Saronomus
Kraepelin 1900