Hamus kangdingensis Lin & L.i.Ballarin, 2016
- GBIF Backbone Taxonomy
- Published in
- Lin, Yucheng, Francesco Ballarin & Shuqiang Li. 2016. A survey of the spider family Nesticidae (Arachnida, Araneae) in Asia and Madagascar, with the description of forty-three new species. ZooKeys 627: 1-168.
- Hamus kangdingensis
Diagnosis. Males can be easily distinguished from those of the other congeners by the caniniform distal process of the paracymbium (Dp) (Fig. 3 E, H). Another character to separate them from males of Hamus bowoensis, Hamus cornutus sp. n. and Hamus mangunensis sp. n. is the wider terminal apophysis with a blunt and short process I (Ta-I) (Fig. 3 F-G), whereas the entire Ta is a large C-shape in Hamus bowoensis (see Ballarin and Li 2015: 180, fig. 1 B-C) and Hamus mangunensis sp. n. (Fig. 5 A, C) and shaped as an inverted comma with a missing Ta-I in Hamus cornutus sp. n. (Fig. 1 A).
Etymology. The specific name is derived from the type locality; adjective.
- Lin, Y. C., Ballarin, F., Li, S. Q. (2016) A survey of the spider family Nesticidae (Arachnida, Araneae) in Asia and Madagascar, with the description of forty-three new species: ZooKeys 627: 1-168