Pseudoclamoris elenae (Schmidt, 1994)

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Pseudoclamoris elenae
Pseudoclamoris elenae
Pseudoclamoris elenae

Taxonomy and History

Scientific Name : Pseudoclamoris elenae
  • Described By: (Schmidt, 1994)
  • Researcher Profile: Gunter Schmidt
  • Genus: Pseudoclamoris
  • Etymology: In honor of Ms. ELENA QUEZADA that the two females of the Napa province has brought to Quito for shipping.
  • Common Name: Ecuadorian orange
  • Original Type Locality: Napo, Ecuador

Specimen Records

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Adult Male Activity

  • Eine Tapinauchenius-Art aus Ekuador (Araneida, Theraphosidae)

    Gunter Schmidt ,1994

    The new Tapinauchenius species can be distinguished from T. gigas DI CAPORIACCO, 1954 by its shorter legs, other dentition of chelicera and the front row of eyes less weakly procurved. The spermathecae differs from that of T. plumipes (C. L. KOCH, 1842) by thicker receptacula seminis which end with 5 or 6 small ovoides instead of one knob as in other species of this genus.

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Habitat and Type Locality