The differences between the palpi of the males are very plain.
Maxillary palpi: the first pair of palpi, borne on the maxilla.
palpi short, stout, obtuse, obliquely ascending; third joint very small.
So close was she that I could see her palpi vibrating rapidly and continuously.
The palpi are long and slender in both sexes, and in the males their proportions differ according to the species.
The palpi have the femur dark brown at the base and white at the end.
The palpi are jointed—usually in three parts—are covered with scales, and often furnished with hairs or bristles.
The ends of the palpi are large and covered with black hairs.
The scape, labrum, mandibles and palpi ferruginous; the clypeus widely emarginate anteriorly.
The palpi of the male are unusually small for the genus (fig. 324).