Loxosceles defecta Wunderlich, 1988, holotype (SMF-Be 970a; A, B, E, G–I) and paratype (SMF-Be 970b; C, D, F) embedded in the same amber piece, photographs under light microscopy. A habitus, dorsal view. Arrow to incrassate tibia I. B prosoma, dorsal view. C prosoma, subanterior view. Note six eyes in three dyads. D left chelicera, subanterior view. Arrows to bifid apex of cheliceral lamina. E left tibia I, retrolateral view. Arrow to incrassate region with strong macrosetae. F right tibia I, dorsal view. Arrow to strong macrosetae. G left tarsus I, apical view. Note absence of third claw. H right palp, retrolateral. I: left bulb, dorsal. Arrow to prolateral lobe of the cymbium. Scale bars: 1 mm (A, B, E, F), 0.5 mm (C, H), 0.2 mm (I) 0.1 mm (D, G).

  Part of: Magalhaes ILF, Pérez-González A, Labarque FM, Carboni M, Hammel JU, Kunz R, Ramirez MJ, Solórzano-Kraemer MM (2022) Revision of recluse spiders (Araneae: Sicariidae: Loxosceles) preserved in Dominican amber and a total-evidence phylogeny of Scytodoidea reveal the first fossil Drymusidae. Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 80: 541-559. https://doi.org/10.3897/asp.80.e86008