Systaria insolita Dankittipakul & Singtripop, 2011
- GBIF Backbone Taxonomy
- Published in
- Dankittipakul, P., Singtripop, T. Seven new species of Systaria Simon, 1897 from Southeast Asia (Araneae, Clubionidae, Systariinae). Zootaxa 2905: 16-32. (2011).
- Systaria insolita
Diagnosis. Males of S. insolita sp. nov. can be recognized by a peculiar shape of the embolus which is rather short and stout (Fig. 26) instead of elongate and filiform as in other males of Systaria, and by the beak-shaped dorsal process on the RTA (Figs 27 – 29). Females can be recognized by a pair of hoods on epigynal atrium (Fig. 30), and by the peculiar shape of the anterior bursae (Fig. 31).
Etymology. The specific epithet is a Latin adjective (insolitus, - a, - um), referring to an unusual form of the embolus.
Type material. Holotype: 3, THAILAND: Chaiyaphum Province: Tard Tone National Park, 300 m, 8 December 2006, leg. P. Dankittipakul (MHNG, Sys- 04). Paratypes: THAILAND: Phitsanulok Province: 2 Ƥ, Nakhon Thai District, Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park, 800 m, rotten log, 20 November 2002, leg. P. Dankittipakul (MHNG, Sys- 05).