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Mermerus

Suborder

Laniatores

Infraorder

Grassatores

Superfamily

Assamioidea

Family

Assamiidae

Subfamily

Dampetrinae

Mermerus Thorell, 1876 is a genus in the family Assamiidae, subfamily Dampetrinae.

TaxonomyEdit

Mermerus Thorell, 1876b:123[1]

DiagnosisEdit

(from[1])

Truncus inverse sub-ovatus, antice late sub-truncatus, pone coxas 2.i paris sensim leviter dilatatus, lateribus postice rotundatis, abdomine longe pone coxas posticas pertinenti; segmentum cephalothoracis l.m impressione transversa profunda a 2.°, quod sulco medio longitudinali caret, distinctum, 2.m et 3.m cum abdominalibus anterioribus in scutum dorsuale inerme sub-trapezoide coalitis, omnibus his segmentis sulcis limitatis. Tuberculum oculorum duorum magnum, transversum, convexum, integrum, muticum, longius a margine postico quam a margine antico distans. Mandibularum art. l.s brevis, supra incrassatus. Foramina supra-coxalia, parva in margine supra coxas 2.i paris sita. Maxillae coxis anticis non majores. Lamina supra-maxillaris anterior non in spinam producta. Palpi breves, graciles, pedibus anterioribus vix vel non crassiores. Pedes prop. 2, 4 (vel 4, 2), 3,1; breviores, sat graciles; coxae 4.i paris prioribus coxis modo paullo majores (non valde dilatatae), vix obliquae, inermes; tarsorum internodia ...11—15... in pedibus 2.i paris, ...5—7... in reliquis pedibus.

SpeciesEdit

LiteratureEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Thorell, T.T.T. (1876b) Descrizione di alcune specie di Opilioni dell' Arcipelago Malese appartenenti al Museo Civico di Genova. Annali del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Genova, Genova, (series 1) 9 [“1876-1877”], 111–138.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Roewer, C.F. (1923) Die Weberknechte der Erde. Systematische Bearbeitung der bisher bekannten Opiliones. Gustav Fischer, Jena, 1116 pp.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Roewer, C.F. (1935a) Alte und neue Assamiidae. Weitere Weberknechte VIII (8. Ergänzung der "Weberknechte der Erde" 1923). Veröffentlichungen aus dem Deutschen Kolonial- und Übersee-Museum in Bremen, Bremen, 1(1), 1–168.
  4. Banks, N. (1930a) Phalangida from Borneo. The Sarawak Museum Journal, n.s., Vol. 4 (Part I), No. 12, pp. 57–86.

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