Geographic distribution of the genus Sericopelma from published records (including this study), where complete black-centred shapes are for specimens examined during this study, whilst gray shapes [outlined in black] are further specimens listed by Valerio (1980), accordingly data for S. immensum has black shapes (for the holotype, allotype and further female from Pozo Azul de PirrĂ­s examined here), and gray shapes for further sites of Valerio. S. rubronitens and S. panamense are of unspecific location, but canal-zone seems likely.

  Part of: Gabriel R, Longhorn SJ (2015) Revised generic placement of Brachypelma embrithes (Chamberlin & Ivie, 1936) and Brachypelma angustum Valerio, 1980, with definition of the taxonomic features for identification of female Sericopelma Ausserer, 1875 (Araneae, Theraphosidae). ZooKeys 526: 75-104.