- External morphology
Small square lateral palps. 21.6 mm X 24.8 mm
Occlupanid sightings in the British Isle Region are rare, but field occlupanologist J. Smith not only found an occlupanid in UK Sainsbury’s Supermarket, it was potentially a specimen of the long-lost Collatus mysteriosa. The Archives Department enthusastically requested that the holotype be sent across the ocean to be accessed. Although the sample turned out to not be one of C. mysteriosa, it was eventually determined to be an entirely new species of Corrugatid. Chiasmogramma vercepa was found parasitising a rubber band wrapped round a bunch of spring onions.