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Cyphonisia arcturus: Raven, 1985: 112; see taxonomic notes p. 27. Type locality: female holotype (SAM B2189), Arcturus, Salisbury, Zimbabwe. Distribution: Zimbabwe. ToC FAMILY BARYCHELIDAE 27 Fig. 16. Distribution of Barychelidae species in Southern Africa. 2. Cyphonisia macequece (Tucker, 1920) Taxonomic notes Raven (1985) considered Pisenor a senior synonym of Urothele Tullgren, 1910, but he transType locality: female holotype (SAM B2648), Mount ferred all species attributed to Pisenor (except Vengo, Macequece, Mozambique.
L. Koch, 1842. a Diagnostic characters Eyes arranged in two rows, posterior row wider than anterior row (fig. 18b); fovea strongly procurved (fig. 18a); cheliceral furrow with two rows of strong teeth; posterior sternal sigilla shallow (fig. 18d); rastellum with thick spines (fig. 18c); body stout, thick-set and covered with very short hairs or with large, quite smooth and shiny areas (fig. 17); legs short, strong and densely spined; body size 22–42 mm. b Taxonomic notes Most of the original descriptions of the species are based on single or a few specimens, frequently males.
SPECIES BURROW AND TRAPDOOR REFERENCES S. 8 mm Purcell, 1903b S. 5 mm; upper part of burrow more funnel-shaped Purcell, 1903b S. kentanicus lid thick; underside unevenly convex, strongly rounded at edges; circle of pits almost entirely obliterated Purcell, 1903c S. kolbei lid thick and cork-shaped; hinge broad; peripheral surface strongly marked; lid edge scarcely bevelled, except on hinge side; underside flattened; pits almost obliterated Purcell, 1903c S. oculatus lid thick, D-shaped with bevelled edge, burrow width 30–60 mm at entrance, lower down 23–50 mm; burrow thickly lined with silk; upper surface of lid coated with mud Pocock, 1897 S.
Baboon and Trapdoor Spiders of Southern Africa by A. Schoeman