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Legs slender; coxae and femora darkish brown, tibiae darkish brown except fore tibia darkish yellow, tarsi yellowish.
In the first step, age, parity, previous litter size, days open, body coat colour and data of sixteen phenotypic variables covering ear length, neck length, head rump length, head rump curve length, body length, sacral length, body weight, heart girth, punch girth, pelvic triangle area, withers height, croup height, clearance at sternum, clearance at udder, distance between tuber coxae bones and distance between tuber ischii bones collected on 389 does were analyzed using multiple stepwise logistic forward regressions (PROC LOGISTIC; SAS, 2012) to do the stepwise selection for identifying the prognostic factors for litter size.
Smith-Peterson MN: Treatment of malum coxae senilis, old slipped upper femoral epiphysis, intrapelvic protrusion of the acetabulum, and coxa plana by means of acetabuloplasty.
Legs yellow except for coxae black; femora black with yellow distal ends; middle 1/3 of hind tibia black.
noctucus highlighted by Chickering was the sternum, which is "widest between second and third coxae where a lobe extends laterally"; this character is indeed more pronounced in S.
2 wide, covered with long black hair, more dense towards lateral sides, posterior angle blunt and not separating coxae IV.
30 mm), each leg of each specimen with 49-50 sensilla, without natatory sensilla; coxae with prominent anterior suture, 22-23 sensilla, each with robust anteroventral sensilla; trochanters arcuate ventrally, 7 sensilla; femora with 13 sensilla on each leg and anteroventral spinulae; tibiae and tarsi each with ventral spinulae and 7 sensilla; tarsal claw length increasing posteriorly; posterior tarsal claws about 1.
Coxae of legs I, II, and III with 3, 9, and 12 chaetae, respectively, trochanters with 9 chaetae each, and femora with 15 chaetae each.
Thorax: Anepisternum and dorsum densely setose; anepisternum with anterior spiracle present; anepimeron triangular without additional sclerite; laterotergite bare around margins; katepisternum and katepimeron bare; pronotum setose; metathoracal spiracle densely setose; coxae with longitudinal row of setae; legs missing.
2, 4): all coxae finely granular or shagreened; coxae II-III with granular anterior carinae; coxa IV with granular or crenulate anterior and posterior carinae; sternum triangular, coarsely granular, with deep median longitudinal sulcus; genital opercula granular on lateral surfaces, smooth medially.
Coxae with prominent anterior suture, procoxa glabrous on anteroventral surface, meso- and metalegs each with robust anteroventral sensillum; trochanters arcuate ventrally, proximal region (1TR) with dorsal sensillum, distal region (2TR) with three anterior, two ventral, and two posterior sensilla; femora with small spinulae between distal anteroventral sensilla, profemeral dorsal sensilla on proximal 2/3 of length; tibiae and tarsi with ventral spinulae (combs) and lacking natatory sensilla; anterior pro- and mesotarsal claws longer than posterior, metatarsal claws subequal.
Legs including coxae yellow with 5th tarsomeres brown.
Black, A1 and legs including coxae light brownish; A2-A10, mandibles, tegulae and last segment of tarsi dark brown.