Cryptomaster diagnostic morphological characters. A–B Lateral view of seta-bearing tubercle found on ventral side of palpal trochanter A C. leviathan, Judge Hamilton B C. behemoth, Brice Creek C–D Lateral view of male penis (“D” indicates dorsal side) C C. leviathan, Laverne County Park. D C. behemoth, Oakridge E–F Close-up lateral view of penis tip showing spines on dorsal plate E C. leviathan, Laverne County Park, detail showing erect apical spines F C. behemoth, Oakridge, detail showing appressed apical spines. Scale bar: 200 µm (A, B); 300 µm (C–D); 40 µm (E–F).

  Part of: Starrett J, Derkarabetian S, Richart CH, Cabrero A, Hedin M (2016) A new monster from southwest Oregon forests: Cryptomaster behemoth sp. n. (Opiliones, Laniatores, Travunioidea). ZooKeys 555: 11-35.