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(A. Milne Edwards, 1873)

Near Acteodes tumulosa, but the carapace is broader, the lobules of carapace are well separated by deepish grooves but not so markedly convex as in that species; 4M is clearly isolated. The median frontal sinus deeper than that of Acteodes tumulosa. The four antero-lateral lobes are not very convex, the anterior one of which is almost completely fused with the external orbital angle. The lobules of wrist and palm are indistinct; ambulatory legs are covered with very fine granules, carpus and propodus being not at all areolated. (T. Sakai, 1939: 491)

Type locality: Upolu.
Range: Aldabra Islands (Serène, 1984); Coëtivy Islands (Rathbun, 1911, Guinot, 1976); Réunion (Serène, 1984); Chagos Archipelago - Salomon Island (Rathbun, 1911); Cocos-Keeling Islands (Tweedie, 1950b); Christmas Islands (Ward, 1934); Japan - Ogasawara-shoto (Odhner, 1925), Northern Daito-jima (Sakai, 1939), Amami-shoto, Ishigaki-jima, and Northern Daito-jima (Sakai, 1976a); Vietnam - Nha Trang (Serène & Lang, 1959); Philippines (Estampador, 1959); Indonesia - Banda Islands (Serène, 1984); Australia - North West Island, Queensland (Ward, 1933a); Marshall Islands - Jaluit (Odhner, 1925); Gilbert Islands - Aranuka (Odhner, 1925); Cook Islands - Niue (Odhner, 1925); Samoa - Upolu (A. Milne Edwards, 1873, Guinot, 1976); Marquesas Islands (Odhner, 1925).

Actaeodes consobrinus