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Brevipalpus yothersi female - ventral view of propodosoma (a), the region between coxal fields of legs III and IV, and the bases of setae 3a and 4a, and the area between setae 3a and 4a, and the area posterior to the 4a setae (b).
Arthrite well-developed, with four multicuspidate spines and three pinnate setae; with one surface seta; coxal endite, basis, exopod and endopod fused, with two proximal, two subdistal and three distal setae.
El musculo capsular de la articulacion coxal (articularis coxae) no se observo en las disecciones del presente ensayo.
Argasid ticks can also release pathogens through excess liquid excreted from the coxal glands located adjacent to the first segment (coxa) of the front legs.
Estudio Morfologico: se realizo un estudio morfologico considerando la condicion corporal (puntas oseas: espina de la escapula, costillas, tuberosidad coxal y tuberosidad isquiatica asi como el especificamente el peso, mediante la cinta metrica toracica para caballos (Marca Stanley R]), adicionalmente se evaluo el borde dorsal del cuello siguiendo el protocolo de adiposidad descrito para equinos (Carter, et al, 2009).
No estan representadas todas las unidades anatomicas, con ausencia de maxilar, costillas, cubito, coxal, sacro, tibia y perone.
Disco subcampanulado con muchas puntuaciones aparentemente sin un patron, surco cervical profundo, que se extienden desde la cavidad coxal a 0.
The present hypopi were identified as H propus, based on the dimensions of the mite, together with the distinct typical coxal apodemes in the anterior part.
Using methods of Cook (2000), we used a SonoVet 2000 ultrasound (Samsung Medison, Seoul, South Korea) with a 5-mHz probe to measure thickness of subcutaneous fat along a straight line midway between the spine, at its closest point to the coxal tuber and ischial tuber (thickness of subcutaneous fat) of each elk at capture.
equipped with a convex probe operating in the 2 to 5 MHz frequency range, in the area between the ischial tuberosity, the coxal tuber and the sacrum.