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Nearctic Parnopes with an analysis of the male genitalia in the genus (Hymenoptera: Chrysididae)
Allan D. Telford
|Statement||by Allan D. Telford.|
|Series||University of California publications in entomology -- v. 36, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
The genus is distributed in the Nearctic realm and known from the Austroriparian, Californian, Eastern forest, Madrean-Cordilleran and Sierra Cascade provinces. Members of this genus were reported from USA (California, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia) and Mexico (Mexico) (Table 1 and Fig. 51A). The genus has currently recognized species, a bigger part of which are distributed in the Nearctic and a smaller part (63 species) in the Palaearctic (, World Catalogue of Ants, , 27 September ). Even though the genus is well studied, these numbers are still changing (e.g.,). Many species are widespread and abundant, and.
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Nearctic Parnopes with an analysis of the male genitalia in the genus (Hymenoptera, Chrysididae). Berkeley: University of California Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Allan D Telford. Abstract. Male genitalia of Choristoneura species from the Nearctic Region and Palaearctic Region are described and illustrated.
The study revealed that the male genitalia are among the most important body parts that contain valuable morphological characters for species distinction or grouping in this genus.
They are potentially useful in the clarification of the taxonomic status of species in closely related species groups, such as the spruce budworm species complex Cited by: Introduction. The present paper revises the Nearctic genus Coquillettia Uhler, and transfers it to the Phylini. Two new genera, Leutiola and Ticua, are described to accommodate species previously placed in ses and (re)descriptions, illustrations, keys to genera and species, and detailed locality and host information are provided for males of all by: 5.
A Review of Ancistronycha Märkel with the Description of Atalantycha, a New Nearctic Genus (Coleoptera: Cantharidae) Article (PDF Available) in The Coleopterists Bulletin 59(Jun ) About 90 percent of the Nearctic fauna known in collections consists of undescribed species. The supraspecific taxa treated in this work encompass less than half of the Nearctic species diversity.
Only six new species are described, all within the largest and structurally most diverse genus. The status of all nominal species is by: A new genus of the subfamily Entedoninae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Eulophidae), Perditomlus, is described.
Male genitalia in species of this genus display extraordinary morphological differences. Male genitalia, female genitalia, and [Show full abstract] head are shown in photographs. Vindex chimalapensis is the only species known from this genus. Each genus and species is described and synonymies are listed.
The distribution of most of the species is presented by locality records and distribution maps. A subfamily and generic phylogeny, and a short zoogeographic analysis are given. The taxonomy of the Nearctic species in the genus Catocala is reviewed, and a revised check list presented.
A total of species is recognized, with a synonymy comprising names. The female genitalia of members of the genus are described and illustrated in detail for the first time. A discussion of the taxonomy and characters historically used for the classification of.
Development of the Male Genital System. STUDY. PLAY. week that ends indifferent state. tunica albuginea. the tough fibrous layer of connective tissue that surrounds the corpora cavernosa of the penis. gastrulation. converts bilaminar to trilaminar.
intermediate mesoderm. gives rise to urinary and genital systems, goands, ducts, etc. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "The Nearctic species of the genus Pseudomyrmex. In this paper, their morphological features are analysed, images of the male head, frons and abdomen of all the species are given, and the male terminalia are figured.
The study of extensive material has shown that all the morphologically recognised. Our knowledge of the phylogenetic relationships of Diptera advanced through the 20th century at an unprecedented rate; the two crowning achievements of the century were Hennig's magnum opus – the Handbuch der Zoologie treatment of the order and Volume 3 of the Manual of Nearctic Diptera series, edited by McAlpine and Wood.
The Manual is outstanding because of its scope. The penis is the main part of external male genitalia, which has both sexual and bodily functions. It is able to ejaculate semen (containing sperm) during sex.
Male genitalia with six sensilla on left valva and seven sensilla on right valva, semi-ventral view, phallus at right in ventral view (photos of male genitalia provided by Erik van Nieukerken, photograph of phallus from Bernardo et al.U.S.A., moth reared from Carya tomentosa, slide No.
EvNcoll. USNM). Enlarged region of. David H. Headrick, Gordon Gordh, in Encyclopedia of Insects (Second Edition), Male Genitalia. The primary function of the male genitalia in insects is insemination of the female. Methods of achieving insemination that involve special functions of the external genitalia include clasping and holding the female, retaining the connection with the female gonopore, the.
the Nearctic Species of Notiphila Fallen, Excluding the caudata Group. Smith-sonian Contributions to Zoology, numberpages, figures, 1 table, —The North American species of the shore fly genus Notiphila Fallen were revised.
O specimens were examined from throughout the Nearctic. The genus Alavia Krzemiński and Arillo,known from the Lower Cretaceous amber of Álava, Spain, was used as an taxon is believed to be closely related to the genera of Limoniinae known from Baltic amber. The extant genus Antocha Osten Sacken, was also included in the analysis.
This taxon is morphologically similar, and therefore presumably. Genitalia were removed from the rest of the metasoma and rinsed with 70% ethanol. Volsellae were tom away from sur- rounding cuticle and mounted in glyceri- ne on slides. They were measured and photographed with a Nikon light micro- scope.
Terms for male genitalia are taken from Snodgrass (). The Nearctic leafminer of black walnut Coptodisca juglandiella (Chambers, ) was found in Hungary and reported as new for Europe. Larvae were found in leafmines on black walnut (Juglans nigra (L.)), white walnut (J.
cinerea (L.)) and Arizona walnut (J. major (Torr.)); the latter two Juglans species are new host plant records for C.
juglandiella.All collected specimens were very similar in external morphology, but an in-depth analysis of the male genitalia revealed the existence of two distinct species in Vietnam.
One species was matched with Hierodula fruhstorferi Wernerpreviously only known by the holotype female, hereby transferring it to Titanodula gen. nov.Male genitalia. Hull and Theodor illustrated the male genitalia of many genera and species of Bombyliidae.
Marston [11, 12] revised the genus Anthrax of the New World, and included an analysis of male genitalic characters. It has been found in this study that a dorsal sclerite just before the gonostyli varies markedly with species in Anthrax.