Euophrys recta Wesolowska, Azarkina & Russell-Smith, 2014
- GBIF Backbone Taxonomy
- Published in
- Wesołowska, W., Azarkina, G. N., Russell-Smith, A. Euophryine jumping spiders of the Afrotropical Region—new taxa and a checklist (Araneae: Salticidae: Euophryinae). Zootaxa 3789(1): 1-72. (2014).
- Euophrys recta
Diagnosis. The male pedipalp of this species is similar to that in E. maseruensis from Lesotho, described above, but differs in having a clearly broader tibial apophysis and smaller embolar disc.
Etymology. The specific name is Latin for regular and refers to the resemblance of the species in the colouration and structure of pedipalp to typical membres of the genus Euophrys.
Holotype: male, SOUTH AFRICA, Western Province, Suurbraak, Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve, 33 ° 59 ' S: 20 ° 49 ' E, afromontane forest, leaf litter, 13 December 2012, leg. J. A. Neethling (NCA 2013 / 671).