Jocquestus roeweri (Lawrence, 1938)
- GBIF Backbone Taxonomy
- Published in
- Lawrence, R. F. A collection of spiders from Natal and Zululand. Annals of the Natal Museum 8: 455-524. (1938).
- Jocquestus roeweri
Diagnosis. Males of J. roeweri comb. nov. share with J. incurvus sp. nov. and J. capensis sp. nov. a RPA extending to the end of the palpal tibia (Fig. 63), but the former species has a nearly perpendicular bend in the embolus (Fig. 53), absent in J. roeweri comb. nov., and the latter has four strong spines at the distal end of the cymbium (Fig. 42), which are absent in J. roeweri comb. nov.. The female of J. roeweri comb. nov. can be recognised by the combination of the ST I that are bilobed in ventral view, and the ST II that are narrower posteriorly than anteriorly, with a narrow ovoid space separating them along their mesal margins (Fig. 64).
Other material examined. SOUTH AFRICA: KwaZulu-Natal: Eshowe, 28 ° 54 ' S, 31 ° 28 ' E, leg. L. Bevis, XI – XII. 1943, 1 ♂ (NMSA 12114); Eshowe, Dlinza Forest, 28 ° 53 ' S, 31 ° 27 ' E, leg. P. Reavell, 17. I. 1984 (sweeping herbs), 1 ♂ (NMSA).