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Synonyms for antennal

of or relating to antennae


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The cases of infection caused by a mikrocytid parasite seen in both Hematodinium-infected and noninfected crabs were characterized by the presence of free plasmodia in the lumen of the antennal gland and large numbers of uninucleate forms within the antennal gland cells (Fig.
8) (Central Africa) lobatus Oldroyd, 1970 -- Katatergal macrosetae yellow-white 2 2 Antennal setae primarily black, a few white basoventrally on scape; postmetacoxal area membranous (bridge absent); female cerci with short spine-like setae (East & southern Africa) 3 -- Antennal setae primarily white, a few black distolaterally; postmetacoxal area bridged by a sclerotised bar; female cerci fine setose only (South Africa) 6 3 All femora with short brown-orange region proximally (East Africa) 4 -- Femora uniform black (tiny patches of orange colour may be seen but never on all femora) (southern Africa) 5 4 Anatergal setae black; T1 with at least a few black macrosetae laterally; hypandrium with subapical tuft of black setae ([male] terminalia as Fig.
The major antennal chemosensory protein of red imported fire ant workers.
A neuroanatomical study on the organization of the central antennal pathways in insects III.
The shape of DEET molecules fits into the microscopic openings at the ends of the individual antennal hairs of the female mosquito, leaving the mosquitoes with the equivalent of a blocked nose.
These are: (i) the presence of metanotal posterotransverse sutures on Hydroporus and Hygrotus that are absent on larvae of Hydrocolus and (ii) rudimentary stemmata on Hydrocolus that are located in ocularia with diameters subequal to those of first antennal segments.
6, A and B): Closely covering thoracic somites; one pair of supraorbital, antennal and pterygostomial spines, 10 anteroventral and three posteroventral spines on each marginal side; rostrum long with one dorsomedian rostral tooth.
17) Number of setae in the first antennal segment: (0) 3; (1) 4.
To the north an ovoid sprouting antennal blossom is aimed towards the northerly sky.
Also, males may become overwhelmed by massive doses of the pheromone released into the air, perhaps blocking their antennal receptor sites and central nervous systems.
Antennae completely black, especially 1st and even 2nd antennal segments covered with rather dense, recumbent, short whitishgray pubescence.
More recently, Bauer and Caskey (2006) described the antennal setae of Macrobrachium ohione (Smith) with a focus on mate recognition and sexual dimorphism.
Standard abbreviations used: A1-A10 = antennal segments 1-10; OOL = distance between lateral ocellus and eye; LOL = distance between lateral and anterior ocelli, T1-T6 = tergites 1-6.
Head wider than long (17:24); anterior process conical, reaching basal one-fifth of first antennal segment; gena not exceeding apex of clypeus; clypeus strongly raised anteriorly.