Species without tibial spurs

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6 years 6 days ago - 6 years 4 days ago #38908 by That Cossor guy
Copied and pasted from a post I did about a year ago just to make it easier to find.

Species with mature males that lack tibial spurs Version 2.0 (updated rather quickly today so expect a version 2.1 soon when I or others spot mistakes)

Annandaliella :
ernakulamensis

pectinifera

travencorica



Anoploscelus :
celeripes

lesserti



Augacephalus :
junodi



Chilobrachys :
andersoni

annandalei

assamensis

bicolor

brevipes

dyscolus

femoralis

fimbriatus

flavopilosus

fumosus

guangxiensis

hardwicki

himalayensis

huahini

hubei

khasiensis

liboensis

nitelinus

oculatus

paviei

pococki

sericeus

soricinus

stridulans

thorelli

tschankoensis



Citharischius :
stridulantissimus



Coremiocnemis :
brachyramosa

cunicularia

gnathospina

hoggi

jeremyhuffi

kotacana

obscura

tropix

valida



Encyocratella :
olivacea



Euphrictus :
spinosus

squamosus



Heteroscodra :
crassipes

crassipes latithorax

maculata



Heterothele :
affinis

atropha

caudicula

darcheni

decemnotata

gabonensis

honesta

hullwilliamsi

ogbunikia

spinipes

villosella



Hysterocrates :
affinis

affinis angusticeps

apostolicus

crassipes

didymus

ederi

gigas

greeffi

greshoffi

haasi

hercules

laticeps

maximus

ochraceus

robustus

robustus sulcifer

scepticus

sjostedti

spellenbergi

vosseleri

weileri



Ischnocolus :
algericus

andalusiacus

fasciculatus

fuscostriatus

hancocki

holosericeus

jickelii

maroccanus

mogadorensis

numidus

rubropilosus

tomentosus

triangulifer

tripolitanus

tunetanus

valentinus



Lyrognathus :
achilles

crotalus

fusca

lessunda

robustus

saltator



Metriopelma :
breyeri

coloratum

drymusetes

familiare

ledezmae

spinolosum

variegata

velox

zebratum



Nhandu :
carapoensis



Orphnaecus :
pellitus



Pachistopelma
(possesses a shield of spines) :
concolor

rufonigrim



Pelinobius :
muticus



Phlogiellus :
aper

atriceps

baeri

bicolor

brevipes

inermis

insularis

nebulosus

ornatus

subarmatus

subinermis



Phoneyusa :
antilope

belandana

bettoni

bidentata

bidentata ituriensis

bouvieri

buettneri

celerierae

chevalieri

cultridens

efuliensis

elephantiasis

gabonica

giltayi

gracilipes

gregori

lesserti

manicata

minima

mutica

nigroventris

principium

rufa

rutilata

westi



Phormingochilus :

everetti

fuchsi

tigrinus



Plesiophrictus :
Note. Going by the description papers of each species, satarensis, madraspatanus, millardi, and blatteri all have tibial apophyses of some sort. There is no mention in the decriptions of meghalayaensis as to whether they have tibial apophyses or not. Finally the remaining species raja, bhori, milleti, fabrei, sericeus, collinus, tenuipes, senffti, mahabaleshwari, linteatus and nilagiriensis are known only from the female. So this genus may not even belong on this list.


Poecilotheria :
fasciata

formosa

hanumavilasumica

metallica

miranda

ornata

pederseni

pococki

regalis

rufilata

smithi

striata

subfusca

tigrinawesseli

uniformis



Selenobrachys :
philippinus



Selenocosmia :
arndsti

aruana

compta

crassipes

deliana

dichromata

effera

fuliginea

hasselti

hirtipes

honesta

imbellis

insignis

insulana

javanensis

javanensis brachyplectra

javanensis dolichoplectra

javanensis fulva

javanensis sumatrana

jaifu

kovariki

kulluensis

lanceolata

lanipes

lyra

mittmannae

obscura

orophila

papuana

peerboomi

pritami

raciborskii

samarae

similis

stirlingi

strenua

strubelli

subvulpina

sutherlandi

tahanensis

valida

xinhuaensis

xinping



Selenotholus :
foelschei



Selenotypus :
plumipes



Sericopelma :
commune

dota

fallax

ferrugineum

generala

immensum

melanotarsum

panamense

rubronitens

silvicola

striatum

upala



Stromatopelma :
batesi

calceatum

calceatum griseipes

fumigatum

pachypoda

satanus



Theraphosa :
blondi



Thrigmopoeus :
insignis

truculentus



Yamia :
bundokalbo

muta

watasei



Wonder how long it will take Robc to copy and paste this one :lol:



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6 years 5 days ago #38985 by Rohan Young
Does Psalmopoeus sp. have tibial spurs?

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6 years 5 days ago #38986 by BiG DoG
Yes I believe so

I know for sure that cambridgei, pulcher and irminia does have

so I believe reduncus will also have ;)

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6 years 5 days ago #38989 by Rohan Young
Thanks bud.

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