The tibia of the palpal organ has a short, pointed process, extending directly outward from the side (fig. 348).
The palpal organ is outside the tarsal joint, as it is in the Mygales.
The palpal organ (fig. 266) has two appendages at the end, one hard and roughened and the other soft.
The palpal organ (fig. 268) is shorter and simpler than it is in differens.
The palpal organ has a large dark-colored process in the middle.
The palpal lobes large and rounded, bulging conspicuously forward and ventrad; separated by a deep furrow.
The male palpi are long, with large tarsi and palpal organs and a long hook on the outer side of the tarsus.
The palpal organs and male palpi are of great variety and distinguish the males of all species without much difficulty.
The male palpi are large for the size of the spider, and the palpal organ extends back beyond the tibia.
The male palpi (fig. 272) are very large, and the palpal organ has a long tube coiled on the under and outer side.