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Penultimate paired segment heavily pigmented, each with ring of five socketed setae; segment divided medially by "lips" of ovipore.
This was in contrast to the medially directed pins that averaged a distance of 4 mm and pins parallel to the articular surface that averaged 6 mm.
Uncus relatively short, medially broadened, apically tapering, with rounded apex; tegumen short and narrow; valva mediumlong; cucullus broadly rounded, covered with long and fine hairs; costal margin sclerotized, slightly concave; sacculus short; ampulla robust, relatively long, slightly curved, horn-shaped, apically rounded; vinculum medium-long, rather broad, Vshaped.
Chelicerae: black, few brown setae medially, dentition as in male.
Medially, the pectoralis major and sternohyoid have their origins.
Diagnosis: This species is distinguished from others by the following combination of characteristics: body size 514-547x282-325; rostrum weakly protruding anteriorly; transcostula present; prodorsal setae smooth; interlamellar setae similar in length to rostral and lamellar setae; sensilli flagelliform, ciliate; 11 pairs of notogastral setae, thin basally and widened medially, smooth; setae lp directed laterally, [h.
During normal gait, there is, typically, a medially directed force causing a varus moment on the knee.
Abdomen: Black, slightly with dark green luster, narrow basally, broad apically, flat dorsally and ventrally, globate-shaped in dorsal view, 2nd to 5th tergites with indistinct black trapezium spots on mid part, all tergites with developed lateral setae, becoming short medially (Fig.
Alula well-developed and large, medially slightly overlapping with scutellum (when wings folded over abdomen); proboscis generally long, but not extending beyond tip of postpedicel (except in Namibimydas gaerdesi) (Fig.
Lateral processes dorsal view dramatically narrowed with the apex forming a C-shaped hook medially (Fig.
Posteriorly and medially located lesions can be challenging.
The clavipectoral fascia is incised lateral to the conjoint tendon and muscle belly, and these structures are mobilized medially.