Ballarra drosera Hunt & Cokendolpher, 1991, male paratype from Australia, habitus ,dorsal view, from original description.
Ballarra Hunt & Cokendolpher 1991: 143; Crawford 1992: 13 [type species: Ballarra drosera Hunt & Cokendolpher 1991, by original designation].
Aboriginal ballarra (spear barbs). Gender feminine.
Originally in Ballarrinae.
Dorsum lacks prominent heavily pigmented mesial stripe; pedipalp tarsus concave dorsad and subequal to or shorter than patella, plumes usually restricted to brush at setal tip; stylus usually sub-equal to or longer than glans, barbed process much shorter than glans.
Body usually small and soft, unarmed except for scattered small setae; eyemound rounded, unarmed, interocular groove usually shallow or only present posteriorly; dorsum often with mesial silvery patches which may coalesce into an irregular stripe; spiracle with either flattened spines or spines essentially round in cross-section, spines on anterior wall generally more strongly developed, spines virtually lacking in B. alpina; chelicerae in both sexes of similar size except for B. molaris where greatly enlarged in males; patella subequal to or longer than tarsus, tarsus
- Ballarra alpina Hunt & Cokendolpher, 1991:148
- Ballarra cantrelli Hunt & Cokendolpher, 1991:150
- Ballarra clancyi Hunt & Cokendolpher, 1991:152
- Ballarra drosera Hunt & Cokendolpher, 1991:144 [type by original designation]
- Ballarra longipalpus Hunt & Cokendolpher, 1991:157
- Ballarra molaris Hunt & Cokendolpher, 1991:155
- ↑ Hunt, G.S. & Cokendolpher, J.C. (1991) Ballarrinae, a new subfamily of harvestmen from the Southern Hemisphere (Arachnida, Opiliones, Neopilionidae). Records of the Australian Museum, 43(2), 131–169.