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Tarsus of palp with group of short spinules at base extending over half or more the length of segment · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 2 33 — Metatarsus I with moderate band of spinules on dorsal surface covering a quarter to third the length of segment · · · · · · · · · · · · 11 — Metatarsus I with short band of spinules on dorsal surface covering a sixth or less of the length of segment · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 17 5. Apex of metatarsus III with spines · · · · · · · · · 6 — Apex of metatarsus III without spines · · · · · · · 8 6.

Stasimopus quadratimaculatus Purcell, 26. Stasimopus purcelli Tucker, 1917 Stasimopus purcelli Tucker, 1917: 84; Roewer, 1942: 161. 1903c Stasimopus quadratimaculatus Purcell, 1903c: 78; Roewer, 1942: 161. 33. Stasimopus schultzei Purcell, 1908 Stasimopus schultzei Purcell, 1908: 207; Griffin & Dippenaar- Schoeman, 1991: 156; Roewer, 1942: 161. 44E), Little Namaqualand, Western Cape Province. Cape Province. Distribution: South Africa (Western Cape: Steinkopf). Distribution: South Africa (Western Cape: Montagu).

Umtalicus — Patella III with distal dorsal spines black and finely pointed (Kentani) · · · S. kentanticus 26. Diameter of anterior lateral eyes less than distance between anterior lateral eyes and anterior median eyes (King William’s Town) · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · S. insculptus — Diameter of anterior lateral eyes wider than distance between anterior lateral eyes and anterior median eyes (Bathurst)· · · · · S. artifex Species recorded from Southern Africa 1. Stasimopus artifex Pocock, 1902a Stasimopus artifex Pocock, 1902a: 10; Hewitt, 1913a: 405; Roewer, 1942: 159.

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