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Bovallius, 1885

Length to 18 mm in females, males to 10 mm (Mimonectes sphaericus 1). Mandibular incisor narrow. MXP with small excision on top of outer plates. Excision on distal end of ART 6 of P II stronger in males (Mimonectes sphaericus 2) than in females, sometimes weak, sometimes very strong (article broadened distally in forma valdiviae). P VI-VII as in Mimonectes loveni.

Mimonectes sphaericus