A new genus of the subfamily Euagrinae is described from Chile, Vilchura calderoni gen. et sp. nov. this is the second euagrine genus described for South America. The genus is distinguished from other euagrine genera by its short and recurved fovea, the presence of a megaspine on both male tibiae I and II, and the female spermathecae divided into 2–3 lobes.
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Vol. 17 • No. 4