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Legs well developed; lengths ([micro]m) of metathoracic legs: coxae 170-205; trochanter + femur 250-270; tibia 165-180; tarsus 95-105; claw 25-29; tibio-tarsal articulation clear, with a dis tinct articulatory sclerosis; longest coxal seta about 90-100 [micro]m; longest trochanter seta about 135-140 [micro]m; coxa with 7 setae, trochanter 2 or 3 on ventral surface, femur 3 or 4, tibia 3 and tarsus 2; tarsal digitules longer than claw digitules; claw digitules longer than claw, each similar with broad apices; claw without a denticle.
One supracoxala el (8 [micro]m) and 2 supracoxalae ell (8 [micro]m), all tiny, thumb-like, located in dorso-lateral part of coxal plates.
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.
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.
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.
Prepops is recognized by the following characteristics: coloration mostly black or black and redor orange; head vertical, gula short; pronotum trapeziform with lateral margins rounded and collar prominent with posterior sulcus interrupted laterally, not reaching the anterior coxal cleft (Kelton, 1980; Ferreira and Coelho, 2006).
Se verifico la existencia de 2 linfocentros, uno derecho y otro izquierdo, situados sobre el borde craneal del musculo tensor de la fascia lata, ligeramente desplazados hacia medial en un punto equidistante entre el tuberculo coxal y la patela.
Tick-borne relapsing fever (TBRF), caused by several species of Borrelia spirochetes, is transmitted to humans through the bites of soft ticks of the genus Ornithodoros (through infected saliva or entry of infected coxal fluid at the bite site) (1).
We measured to the midpoint between the coxal tuber (hip bone) and the ischial tuber (pin bone), then located maximum rump fat depth from that point.
bourdonis in that the frontal lamina of its head is not demarcated, its body is more rounded, it has dorsally visible coxal plates on more pereomeres, its pleopodal endopodites are larger than its exopodites, and its uropods touch each other medially.
The top of the thighbone (femur) is a largest bone of human body, called femur joins with the horizontal pelvic coxal bone and lower end of that is fixed at the knee.
1E) Coxal and basal endite with serially developed strong spines and multiple setae; endopod with 2+3 terminal setae
The structures called the telopodite by Shear (1972) and Lewis (2000) are actually permanently extruded, sclerotized coxal glands fused at the bases, that are now termed syncolpocoxites; and the process arising from the fused base is termed the syncolpocoxal process (Shear pers.
Genital acetabula many pairs; female genital field with two pairs of acetabular plates; anterior female plates with an elongate, inner flap that is heavily sclerotized and bears one or two, short, thick, spinous, setae; posterior female plate modified with many acetabula; pedipalp subcylindrical and well-sclerotized with tarsus usually nearly quadrate in outline with large, obvious clawlets; most species with obvious dorsal plates; male genital field as in Pentatax Thor; first walking legs with large prominent setae; male fourth walking leg modified in some species; tarsal claws of walking legs deeply bifid in some species; coxal plates with obvious borders.