Chanbria serpentinus Muma, 1951
Notes: valid
Family: Eremobatidae
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AMNH Type  

Type Material

            Holotype: "Male holotype from Tuscon, Arizona (O. Bryant), no further data, in the American Museum of Natural History. Chanbria serpentinus is closely related to the genotype, from which it can be separated by the small size and different cheliceral dentition" (Muma, 1951).

            Measurements: Male Holotype: Total length, 19.0 mm. Chelicerae, 4.8 mm. length; 1.6 mm. width. Propeltidium, 2.4 mm length; 2.0 mm width. Palpi, 32.0 mm length. 1st legs, 13.5 mm length. 4th legs 26.0 mm length.

            Palpal Description: Numerous weak cylinder bristles covering the metatarsus and tarsus of palpus. "Metatarsus provided with a narrow scopula of about 40 papillae which extends nearly the entire length of the segment. Metatarsus four times the length of the tarsus" (Muma, 1951). 

            Ctenidia Description: "First post-spiracular abdominal sternite not provided with ctenidia on its posterior margin" (Muma, 1951).

Diagnosis:

Other Information:

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Felix Channiago  
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Felix Channiago  
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Felix Channiago  
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Felix Channiago  
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Felix Channiago  
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Felix Channiago  
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Felix Channiago  
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Felix Channiago  
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Felix Channiago  
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Felix Channiago  
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