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Pseudopucrolia discrepans
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Pseudopucrolia discrepans (Roewer, 1943) by Mendes (2011)[1]

Suborder

Laniatores

Superfamily

Gonyleptoidea

Family

Gonyleptidae

Subfamily

Heteropachylinae

Genus

Pseudopucrolia

Pseudopucrolia discrepans is a species fo the genus Pseudopucrolia (Gonyleptidae, Heteropachylinae), from Northeast of Brazil. It was described in the genus Tribunosoma, currently a junior synonym of Pseudopucrolia [1].

TaxonomyEdit

Tribunosoma discrepans Roewer, 1943: 25,

DistributionEdit

BRAZIL. Sergipe (Aracaju, Maroim and Santo Amaro das Brotas), Paraíba (João Pessoa), Pernambuco (Moreno, Recife and Rio Formoso) and Ceará (Crato). WWF: Ecoregions NT0106, NT0123, NT0151 and NT0152, respectively, Caatinga Enclaves moist forests, Fernando de Noronha-Atol das Rocas moist forests, Pernambuco coastal forests and Pernambuco interior forests[1].

DiagnosisEdit

From Mendes (2011).[1]

Dorsal surface of the body not densely covered by dark granules. Free tergite II with armature on corners on males (protuberant corners); median apophysis of free tergite II with length comparable to the tergite length; free tergite III with posterior border only slightly convex and bearing tubercles on the lateral corners. Calcaneus I about half the length of metatarsus I. Main dorsal row of tubercles of femur IV with an enlarged medial apophysis.

NotesEdit

Type material of Tribunosoma discrepans: male lectotype, 3 males, 1 female and 1 juvenile paralectotypes (SMF RII 6194/105) and 2 males, 1 female and 3 juveniles paralectotypes (SMF8832/116) from Brazil, Pernambuco. Designated by Mendes [1].

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4  Mendes, A. C. (2011) Phylogeny and taxonomic revision of Heteropachylinae (Opiliones: Laniatores: Gonyleptidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 163, 437–483.

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