Issued from : E.L. Markhaseva in
Zootaxa, 2014, 3802 (2). [p.236, Fig.14].
Female (from 14°59'S, 29°56'W): A, posterior prosome and genital double-somite, spermatheca (lateral, right side); B, A2, basis, distomedial and proximal part of endopodal segment 1; C, P1, endopod and exopod; D, P4 coxa.
Scale bars: 0.1 mm.
Nota: These specimens can be distinguished from other congeners by: 1- a narrow, elongated spermatheca (vs shape is different in other congeners); 2- shorter seta on the A2 basis is short, but not too reduced (shared with Sensavia cf longiseta
, vs this seta is very short in S. secunda
and S. peculiaris
); 3- Mx1 praecoxal arthrite with 3 posterior setae (shared with S. peculiaris
, vs 4 setae in other congeners); 4- coxal endite with 5 setae (shared with Sensiava cf. longiseta
, vs 4 setae in other congeners); 5- Mxp, syncoxa with 1 sensory worm-like seta on proximal praecoxal endite (vs sclerotized seta in other congeners), 1 sclerotized setaa and 1 sensory worm-like seta on middle praecoxal endite (shared with S. peculiaris
, vs sclerotized seta in other congeners), anr-d 2 sclerotized and 1 sensory seta with a very small brush on distal praecoxal endite (small brush shared with S. secunda
, a sclerotized seta in other congeners).