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A new species of the genus Thomisus Walckenaer, 1805, Thomisus telanganaensis is described from Telangana, India.Â The new species differs from its congeners based on the female genital structure.Â A detailed description of Thomisus projectus Tikader, 1960 is provided for lack of one, along with illustrations of female genitalia and other distinguishing characters.ÂÂ
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