(2014)close to costal margin on basal half, much more whitish apically; all veins

From AutomationWiki
Revision as of 01:51, 2 March 2018 by Star17broker (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Morphologically extremely comparable to A. curtus in addition to a. angelae, the last is described elsewhere (de Souza and Molineri 2012). Colour pattern comparable to male bu...")
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

Morphologically extremely comparable to A. curtus in addition to a. angelae, the last is described elsewhere (de Souza and Molineri 2012). Colour pattern comparable to male but additional strongly marked, exceptions follows: pale median mark on occiput longer, reaching median ocellus; wing membrane tinged with yellowish close to costal margin and base, all veins shaded brown; shading on abdominal terga additional extended, shaded broadly gray except medially, tergum VIII X (often also II II) using a black line inside the pale median zone; medial Ion and expression profiling of foxtail millet [Setaria italica (L.) miRNAs] margins of gill sclerites on abdominal sterna II-VII and lateral margins of sterna VIII X grayish; Sternum VIII with keel as in Fig. 18F. Cerci yellowish, 0.3?.4 the length of FW. Eggs (Fig. 18E). Length, 250?85 ; width, 145?60 . Two polar caps (maximum width, 115?35 ), formed by 4? extremely long coiled threads. Chorionic surface smooth with comparatively substantial subcircular chorionic plates, the plates are on a regular basis spaced and some of them are divided in two or three subequal parts. Nymphs. Length of male (mm): physique, ten.0?1.0 mm; cerci, 7.0?.0; terminal filament, 5.0?.5. Length of female (mm): body, 17.0?0.0 mm; cerci, 4.0?.0; terminal filament, five.0. Basic coloration brownish. Head (Fig. 14I ) yellowish brown extensively shaded with grayish brown, darker on a band among ocelli, occiput with a profuse netted grayish pattern, except on paler median zone and along inner margin of eyes; paler regions also present basally to antennae and about median ocellus. Antennae yellowish white, length (mm): scape (0.five), pedicel (0.28), flagellum (2.0). Mandibular tusks with reasonably massive space amongst huge basal tubercle and smaller sized subdistal tubercle, not C-shaped as inside a. curtus but inside the kind of broad "C" or bracket-shaped (Fig. 14C, E, G). Thorax. Anterior ring of pronotum (collar) blackish; posterior ring shaded gray except on mediolonitudinal line and a pair of sublateral pale marks; pronotal membranes whitish. Mesonotum brownish, lighter toward apex jir.2014.0026 of wingpads. Thorax ventrally whitish. Legs (Fig. 15A ) whitish yellow shaded with gray on coxae, apex of femora and along tibiae; foretarsal claw with 20 (male) to 31 (female) denticles within a marginal row, growing in size distally; distal area of hind femur having a group of ca. 60 (male) to ca. 100 (female) stout spines. Abdomen. Terga shaded gray dorsally, except on paler median band, a thin black median line is present inside this pale area on tergum IX ; lateral zones of terga under gills, pale. Gills whitish nearly completely shaded with gray, darker on outer (exposed) zones.(2014)close to costal margin on basal half, far more whitish apically; all veins translucent entirely shaded gray; 1? cross veins in between MA and R, basad to R stem. Abdomen yellowish white shaded with gray and black dorsally except on median and lateral zones and intersegmental membranes. Median pale areas on terga II X are oval and are surrounded by darker pigments, a delicate mediolongitudinal black line is present but often is only visible on tergum IX. Sterna whitish turning yellowish laterally and on sternum IX, shaded gray on paraproct and basally to terminal filament. Genitalia (Fig. 17G): forceps whitish, penes yellowish white.