MALE PALPAL BULBS AND HOMOLOGOUS FEATURES IN THERAPHOSINAE (ARANEAE, THERAPHOSIDAE)

@inproceedings{Bertani2000MALEPB,
  title={MALE PALPAL BULBS AND HOMOLOGOUS FEATURES IN THERAPHOSINAE (ARANEAE, THERAPHOSIDAE)},
  author={Rogerio Bertani},
  year={2000}
}
Abstract A first attempt to homologize male palpal bulb structures of theraphosine spiders is made, with the aim of providing systematic characters. The morphology and distribution of palpal bulb keels of over 60 species in 27 genera of Theraphosinae is presented and discussed. Four basic groups of keels were recognized and a terminology was created to name them: prolateral inferior and prolateral superior keels, for the two more or less parallel keels found on the prolateral bulb face; apical… 
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