Cybaeodes dosaguas Ribera & De Mas, 2015
- GBIF Backbone Taxonomy
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- Ribera, Carles, Mas, Eva De (2015): Description of three new troglobiontic species of Cybaeodes (Araneae, Liocranidae) endemic to the Iberian Peninsula. Zootaxa 3957 (3): 313-323, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3957.3.4
- Cybaeodes dosaguas
Diagnosis. Male unknown. The females differ from those of other Cybaeodes species by the shape of the epigyne (Figs. 7, 17) and by the shape and disposition of the insemination ducts of the vulva (Fig. 8). Two strongly sclerotized semicircular lateral lobes in epigyne as well as the general arrangement of vulval and other epigynal structures are similar in C. magnus n. sp., and C. dosaguas n. sp. However, these species can be easily differentiated by the conformation of the insemination ducts, which are relatively thin and tightly coiled in C. dosaguas (Fig 8), but thicker and loosely coiled in C. magnus (Fig. 10).
Etymology. The species epithet is a noun in apposition derived from the type locality Dos Aguas, a small village of 400 inhabitants in the province of València (Spain).
Type material. Holotype: 1 ♀ from Cova de les Meravelles, municipality of Dos Aguas, València, Spain, Sendra & Montagud leg., XII. 2000 (CRBA-UB 190 - 5032). Paratype: 1 ♀ from same locality and date (CRBA-UB 190 - 5033). Both specimens were caught by a pitfall trap with a mixture of glycerin and beer.