Jacaena schwendingeri (Deeleman-Reinhold, 2001)
- GBIF Backbone Taxonomy
- Jacaena schwendingeri
Diagnosis Males of J. schwendingeri comb. nov. can be recognised by the large and curved conductor that is divided into a heavily sclerotised outer margin and a semi-transparent inner membrane (Figures 4 A, 9 A – C); the apex of conductor is gradually tapered and abruptly bent anteriorly (Figures 4 C, 9 B). Females can be distinguished by the large copulatory orifices that are situated at the centre of the epigynal region (Figure 7 A), and by the middle portion of the internal ducts, which are greatly enlarged, whereas the anterior part of the spermathecae is spherical (Figure 8 F).
Type material Holotype: ♂, Thailand, Chiang Mai Province, Chiang Dao District, Doi Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary, 510 m, pitfall trap, 22 September – 25 October 1990, P. J. Schwendinger leg. (MHNG, examined, Figures 1 A, 4 A – C, 9 A – C). Paratype: From type locality, 450 m, 7 March 1987, P. J. Schwendinger leg., 1 ♀ (MHNG, examined, Figures 2 A, 7 A, 8 F).
- Deeleman-Reinhold, C. L. (2001) <i>Forest spiders of South East Asia: with a revision of the sac and ground spiders (Araneae: Clubionidae, Corinnidae, Liocranidae, Gnaphosidae, Prodidomidae and Trochanterriidae [sic])</i>: Brill Leiden 591 pp