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The chela is composed of the 5th segment, and an enlarged claw. A second claw, the rudimentary claw (Fig. 8), i s reduced (in Thaumatodryininae, Bocchinae, Dryininae, Gonatopodinae) or absent (in Anteoninae, Conganteoninae and Transdryinillae) The trochanter is usua II y a srnall segment. I n the females of Dryininae, Transdryininae, Thaumatodryininae and Gonatopodinae it is very elongated. The femur usua l ly consists of a prox i ma l swol len part {club of femur} and a distal slender part {stalk of femur}.

The male genital ia (Fig. 11) consist of a basal ring, two lateral a median penis (consisting of two penis valves) and two volsellae on the sides of the penis. Each volsella consists of a proximal basivolsella and a d i sta I distivolsella. I n the Gonatopodinae the dorsa I end of each paramere forms an appendage termed the dorsal process of gonoforceps (Fig. 12). I ts shape has taxonomic importance in separating species. In the males of Anteoninae the parameres may bear proximally more or less large dorsal membranous lobes.

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