Corythalia flagrans (♂) BAYER, HÖFER & METZNER, 2020


Body: Habitusnormal jumping spider-like. MarkingsOpistosoma with dark or bright spots . basic coloring dark. integument constitutioncovered by clavate setae. Carapace: ColourationLaterally with light bands. Heightrelative high. Lengthlonger than wide. Cephalic arearatio length : thoracic area = 1 : 1. basic colouring dark. Ocular areabasic coloring dark. Thoracic areabasic coloring dark. Thoracic foveashort. Clypeus: Ø AME - height Clypeus Ø AME : height Clypeus : > 2:1. Chelicera: Base furrow teeth number retromarginalunidentat. Base furrow teeth number promarginalunidentat. Base anterio-medio-distal lobe presencepresent. Base furrow teeth shape-size promarginalvery small. Base furrow teeth shape-size retromarginalvery small. Claw lengthshort. Eyes: Number eye rowsthree. AERdorsal edge recurve. PERequidistant between anterior and posterior margin of carapace. PER - AER widthPER < AER. AMEseparated of each other. touch each other. ALEseparated from AME. PMEsmall, < 1/3 as ALE. equidistant between ALE & PLE. PLEPLE = ALE. Labium: Lengthlonger than wide. Sternum: Length : width ratio< 2 : 1. Anterior borderwider than Labium. Shapeshield-shaped. Palp: GnathocoxaSerrula present. Corner present. Tibia - retrolateral tibial apophysis - characteristicsretrolateral process - RTA. dorsal serration indistinct but present. base of RTA not or not distinctly wider than distal section. RTA in ventral view slim. RTA long. RTA in retrolateral view more or less parallel with longitudinal axis of palp. RTA in retrolateral view without bent (or just indistinct bent). Tibia - ventral bump - sizelong (at least 1.5x as long as width of sperm duct, sometimes extending beyond lateral margin of tibia in ventral view). Tibia - ventral bump - characteristicspresent. very large (extending prolateral margin of tbia in ventral view). Cymbium: General shapeelongated. Scopula lengthmoderate or short (covering less than distal 1/2 of dorsal cymbium). Presence of prominent ridges or extensions ventrally present. Tegulum: Widthtegulum narrower than cymbium. General shapeelongated. Shape of proximal halfproximal tegulum lobe absent. Special structureswith (fine) transversal ridge (often at distal half at the area of the border between embolic division and tegulum). Sperm duct - locationoccupying retrolateral half of tegulum or slightly more. Sperm duct - shapedouble-stacked S-shaped, with proximal and distal loop equal in size. Median hematodocha - presencepresent. Terminal hematodocha - presencepresent. Embolus: Base positionin prolateral half of tegulum, but not reaching prolateral margin, between central and distal section of tegulum. Base circle sizemedium-sized. large (width between 2/3 and 3/4 the width of tegulum). Base - special structuresSpecial structures at/ on embolus base absent (except for indistinct ridges or flat bulges that are often recognisable). Arising point6 o´clock-position. Direction of distalmost sectiondistally to minimally prolatero-distally (not more than 10° angle from longitudinal axis of cymbium). width relation - at arising point - subdistallyfrom 2.1x to 2.5x broader. width relation - subdistally - centrallyfrom > 1/4 to < 1/2 the width of central section. Shapecircular curved. bent counterclockwise. General structurewith more than 3 longitudinal ridges. long. with less than 1/2 winding. without distinct embolic lamella over entire embolus length. without apophysis. in ventral view subdistally not narrower or narrower, but not distinctly narrower than proximally (more than 1/7 as broad. massive (centrally almost as broad or broader than width of sperm duct). Special structuredistally irregularly bifurcated. S-shaped. distally distinctly bent retrolaterally. tip bent retrolaterally (tip may be very fine and light). without apohysis (apophyses). Legs: Leg formula3-4-2-1. 4-3-2-1. Tarsal ClawsI: present. II: present. III: present. IV: present. Peculiaritieswith fringe hairs on tibiae and metatarsi of leg III (and legs I-II; but there maybe less distinct). Colourationdark red-brown or brown with few lighter annulations, mainly at proximal articles and tarsi. Opisthosoma: Colourationthree bands; AM broadest; C & PM longitudinally connected by large and broad light patch. Spination pattern: Femur I1-4-0-0. Femur II1-5-0-0. Femur III1-6-0-0. Femur IV1-6-0-0. Patella II1-0-0-0. 1-0-1-0. Patella III1-0-1-0. Patella IV1-0-1-0. Tibia I2-0-0-2. 2-0-0-3. Tibia II3-0-1-4. Tibia III3-1-3-3. Tibia IV3-1-3-3. Metatarsus I2-0-1-4. Metatarsus II2-0-2-4. Metatarsus III3-1-3-4. Metatarsus IV4-1-4-4. 4-1-4-5. Ecology: Geographical DistributionSouth America.


Dimensions Body: Total length6.4 mm. Carapace length3 mm. Carapace width2.1 mm. Fovea length0.28 mm. Opisthosoma length2.6 mm. Opisthosoma width1.8 mm. Dimensions Clypeus : Height at AME0.3 mm. Height at ALE0.72 mm. Dimensions Eyes : Ocular area width1.9 mm. AME Ø0.66 mm. ALE Ø0.42 mm. PME Ø0.09 mm. PLE Ø0.36 mm. AME<=>ALE 0.07 mm. AME<=>AME 0.04 mm. PME<=>PME 1.61 mm. PME<=>PLE 0.24 mm. ALE<=>PLE 0.7 mm. PLE<=>PLE 1.3 mm. Dimensions Palp : total length2.6 mm. Femur length1 mm. Patella length0.4 mm. Tibia length0.3 mm. Tarsus length0.9 mm. Dimensions Legs: Femur I1.6 mm. Femur II1.7 mm. Femur III2.1 mm. Femur IV1.9 mm. Patella I0.9 mm. Patella II0.9 mm. Patella III1 mm. Patella IV0.9 mm. Tibia I1.1 mm. Tibia II1.1 mm. Tibia III1.4 mm. Tibia IV1.5 mm. Metatarsus I1 mm. Metatarsus II1 mm. Metatarsus III1.5 mm. Metatarsus IV1.8 mm. Tarsus I 0.6 mm. Tarsus II0.6 mm. Tarsus III0.7 mm. Tarsus IV0.6 mm. Leg I5.2 mm. Leg II5.3 mm. Leg III6.7 mm. Leg IV6.7 mm.