A new species, Cryptocellus florezi, is described from a cave in Caquetá Department, Colombia, and may be most closely related to the Venezuelan species C. lisbethae González-Sponga 1998. The first known female of C. peckorum Platnick & Shadab 1977 is described, and new records of C. narino Platnick & Paz 1979 extend the known distribution of that species into Boyacá and Tolima Departments.
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