2014
DOI: 10.1590/s1984-46702014000500006
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New species of the harvestmen Hutamaia (Laniatores: Gonyleptidae: Ampycinae) and generic diagnosis

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“…Although a typical flange is lacking, MS E1–E2 are GG‐like: reduced, and placed distally at laterals of VP. In Hutamaia there is a supernumerary E3 along the usual rectangle E1–E2 (also visible in other Hutamaia in Tourinho & Mendes, ).…”
Section: Results – Description Of Macrosetaementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although a typical flange is lacking, MS E1–E2 are GG‐like: reduced, and placed distally at laterals of VP. In Hutamaia there is a supernumerary E3 along the usual rectangle E1–E2 (also visible in other Hutamaia in Tourinho & Mendes, ).…”
Section: Results – Description Of Macrosetaementioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, the taxonomic assignment of new species is a challenge for taxonomists due to the paucity of old descriptions and poor generic diagnosis. In addition, many species exhibit similar external morphology, and for more species, genitalia remain unknown, with just some exceptions (e.g., Villarreal and Kury 2012 ; Kury and Quintero 2014 ; Tourinho and Mendes 2014 ; Hara et al 2017 ). Despite these challenges, recent studies on some species have shed light on the external morphology and genitalia of the subfamily.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This family lacks taxonomic revisionary work, and its genera are poorly delimited or defined. Recent works have contributed to better understanding the diversity of some genera within Ampycidae (e.g., Tourinho and Mendes 2014 ; Hara et al 2017 ) or described new species ( Villarreal and Kury 2012 ). The genus Ampycella Roewer, 1929 includes two Andean species from Ecuador ( Kury et al 2022 ), vaguely described and illustrated and whose genital morphology is unknown.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%