Eugagrella palnica Roewer, 1929 (from original description)
- E.p. Roewer, 1929:142
- E.p. male(1) (holotype) Zoological Survey of India (Indian Museum), Calcutta; #1079/18
(from original description)
Length of body 4, 1st to 4th femora 9,17,8.5,12, 1st to 4th legs 42,68,40,57 mm.
Surface of carapace, scutum and free tergites of abdomen uniformly and coarsely granulated; ocular tubercle smooth all over, only 2nd area of scutum with one median spine. Free sternites of abdomen smooth; surface of 1st to 4th coxae sparsely and coarsely granulated, edge of small humps of marginal rows of coxae straightly blunted. 1st article of chelicerae dorsally with 3-4 small teeth. Palps: femur very sparsely scattered with small teeth ventrally, patella unarmed and without apophysis, tibia 21 times longer than wide, unarmed, tarsus unarmed, but in male with a ventral longitudinal row of very small teeth. Legs: femora toothed; number of noduli on 1st to 4th femora 0-4-0-0.
Colour of body black, carapace in front of the ocular tubercle with a broad median saddle of white secretions ; this saddle extends on each side of scutum to its posterior margin as a small but distinct S-shaped line of white secretions. 1st to 4th coxae and the free sternites of the abdomen covered with white secretions. Chelicerae black, palps black, but apical half of tibia and the whole tarsus pale yellow.
- Location: India
- ↑ Roewer, C.F. (1929b) On a collection of Indian Palpatores (Phalangiidae) with a revision of the continental genera and species of the sub-family Gagrellinae Thorell. Records of the Indian Museum, Calcutta, 31(2), 107–159.