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Annandaliella travancorica

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Arachnida
Family  Theraphosidae
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Spider
Subphylum  Chelicerata
Infraorder  Mygalomorphae
Genus  Annandaliella
Rank  Species
Annandaliella travancorica
Scientific name  Annandaliella travancorica
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Annandaliella travancorica is a species of tarantula spider found in the Western Ghats of India. It was the first of three members of the genus Annandaliella to be described, therefore the type species.

Characteristics

Annandaliella travancorica lacks a tibial comb or any setae on the distal end of the tibia of the first leg. The male lacks any stridulating hairs on the inside of the chelicerae. The female, however, has a stridulatory organ. The male's coxae, femur, metatarsi, tarsi and carapace have a matt of white hairs. The legs are reddish-brown and the cephalothorax has different shades of brown and the abdomen has yellow-brown hairs and long red-brown and golden-brown hairs. It is about 20mm long.

References

Annandaliella travancorica Wikipedia


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