Conothele yundingensis X.Xu, C.Xu & Liu, 2017
- GBIF Backbone Taxonomy
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- Xu, X., Xu, C., Liu, F. X., Zhang, Z. T., Li, D. Q. Four new species of the trapdoor spider genus Conothele Thorell, 1878 from mainland China and Laos (Araneae, Ctenizidae). ZooKeys 643: 63-74. (2017).
- Conothele yundingensis
Diagnosis. Female of Conothele yundingensis sp. n. can be distinguished from Conothele daxinensis sp. n. by the slightly upwards and globular lobes terminally (Fig. 4 E), can be distinguished from Conothele baiyunensis sp. n. by the distal part of stalks bent towards inside about 90 ° (Fig. 4 E). Figure 4. A General somatic morphology of Conothele yundingensis Xu, Xu & Li, sp. n. (female, XUC- 2014 - 001 +) B chelicerae, labium, coxae of palp and sternum, ventral view C left leg III, prolateral view D spinnerets, ventral view E female genitalia, ventral view. Scale bars: A-D 1 mm, E 0.5 mm.
Etymology. ' Yunding' refers to the type locality of this species.
Holotype. Female (XUC- 2014 - 001 +), Mt. Yunding, Tengchong City, Yunnan Province, China, 25.805 ° N, 98.800 ° E, 16 December 2014, collected by D. Li, F. X. Liu and X. Xu. No male found.