A new species of the genus Thaicharmus Kovařík, 1995 (Scorpiones: Buthidae) from northeast India
|Title||A new species of the genus Thaicharmus Kovařík, 1995 (Scorpiones: Buthidae) from northeast India|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Mirza Z.A, Sanap R.V., Kunte K|
A new species Thaicharmus guptai sp. nov. is described from the northeast Indian state of Tripura. The new species differs from the known members of the genus in the following set of morphological characters: large size (total length 45.6 mm); trichobothrium d2 is distal to i1 on femur; trichobothria est, em and et on the external surface of the patella do not form a straight line. Subaculear tubercle is absent. The movable finger of pedipalp chela has 12 cutting rows of denticles. The movable finger is much longer than the pedipalp patella. Number of pectinal teeth 20/19; pectines with distinct lamellae and fulcra. Two horn-like projections are present on the ventrolateral aspect of the metasomal segment V.