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Figure 7 in New species of the cave-dwelling genus Huasteca (Opiliones: Stygnopsidae: Karosinae)ı from Northern Oaxacaı Mexicoı with a SEM survey of the sexually dimorphic areas on legs and structures related to chelicerae in the genus

Jesús A. Cruz-López & Oscar F. Francke
Figure 7. Distribution map of the species of Huasteca. Circles = Huasteca gratiosa, star = Huasteca rugosa, square = Huasteca silhavyi and triangles = Huasteca kardia sp. nov.

Figure 7 in New species of the cave-dwelling genus Huasteca (Opiliones: Stygnopsidae: Karosinae)ı from Northern Oaxacaı Mexicoı with a SEM survey of the sexually dimorphic areas on legs and structures related to chelicerae in the genus

Jesús A. Cruz-López & Oscar F. Francke
Figure 7. Distribution map of the species of Huasteca. Circles = Huasteca gratiosa, star = Huasteca rugosa, square = Huasteca silhavyi and triangles = Huasteca kardia sp. nov.

Figure 5 in New species of the cave-dwelling genus Huasteca (Opiliones: Stygnopsidae: Karosinae)ı from Northern Oaxacaı Mexicoı with a SEM survey of the sexually dimorphic areas on legs and structures related to chelicerae in the genus

Jesús A. Cruz-López & Oscar F. Francke
Figure 5. Male genitalia of Huasteca kardia sp. nov. (a) dorsal. (b) lateral. (c) ventral. Macrosetae A-E indicated in the figures, adE = additional macrosetae E. Scale bars = 50 µm.

Figure 5 in New species of the cave-dwelling genus Huasteca (Opiliones: Stygnopsidae: Karosinae)ı from Northern Oaxacaı Mexicoı with a SEM survey of the sexually dimorphic areas on legs and structures related to chelicerae in the genus

Jesús A. Cruz-López & Oscar F. Francke
Figure 5. Male genitalia of Huasteca kardia sp. nov. (a) dorsal. (b) lateral. (c) ventral. Macrosetae A-E indicated in the figures, adE = additional macrosetae E. Scale bars = 50 µm.

Figure 3 in New species of the cave-dwelling genus Huasteca (Opiliones: Stygnopsidae: Karosinae)ı from Northern Oaxacaı Mexicoı with a SEM survey of the sexually dimorphic areas on legs and structures related to chelicerae in the genus

Jesús A. Cruz-López & Oscar F. Francke
Figure 3. Chelicera and pedipalp of Huasteca kardia sp. nov. (a) chelicera frontal, male. (b) chelicera mesal, male. (c) cheliceral comb, male. (d) chelicera ectal, male. (e) pedipalp mesal. Scale bars = a and b: 150 µm, c: 50 µm, d and e: 250 µm.

Figure 3 in New species of the cave-dwelling genus Huasteca (Opiliones: Stygnopsidae: Karosinae)ı from Northern Oaxacaı Mexicoı with a SEM survey of the sexually dimorphic areas on legs and structures related to chelicerae in the genus

Jesús A. Cruz-López & Oscar F. Francke
Figure 3. Chelicera and pedipalp of Huasteca kardia sp. nov. (a) chelicera frontal, male. (b) chelicera mesal, male. (c) cheliceral comb, male. (d) chelicera ectal, male. (e) pedipalp mesal. Scale bars = a and b: 150 µm, c: 50 µm, d and e: 250 µm.

Figure 2 in New species of the cave-dwelling genus Huasteca (Opiliones: Stygnopsidae: Karosinae)ı from Northern Oaxacaı Mexicoı with a SEM survey of the sexually dimorphic areas on legs and structures related to chelicerae in the genus

Jesús A. Cruz-López & Oscar F. Francke
Figure 2. Habitus and venter of Huasteca kardia sp. nov. (a) habitus holotype. (b) habitus female paratype. (c) venter holotype. (d) venter female paratype. Dotted line indicates swollen portions of leg II. Scale bars = 1.0 mm.

Figure 2 in New species of the cave-dwelling genus Huasteca (Opiliones: Stygnopsidae: Karosinae)ı from Northern Oaxacaı Mexicoı with a SEM survey of the sexually dimorphic areas on legs and structures related to chelicerae in the genus

Jesús A. Cruz-López & Oscar F. Francke
Figure 2. Habitus and venter of Huasteca kardia sp. nov. (a) habitus holotype. (b) habitus female paratype. (c) venter holotype. (d) venter female paratype. Dotted line indicates swollen portions of leg II. Scale bars = 1.0 mm.

Figure 1 in New species of the cave-dwelling genus Huasteca (Opiliones: Stygnopsidae: Karosinae)ı from Northern Oaxacaı Mexicoı with a SEM survey of the sexually dimorphic areas on legs and structures related to chelicerae in the genus

Jesús A. Cruz-López & Oscar F. Francke
Figure 1. Habitus of Huasteca species. (a) male of Huasteca gratiosa. (b) male of Huasteca rugosa. (c) female of Huasteca silhavyi. (d) female of Huasteca kardia sp. nov. Scale bars = 0.5 cm.

Figure 1 in New species of the cave-dwelling genus Huasteca (Opiliones: Stygnopsidae: Karosinae)ı from Northern Oaxacaı Mexicoı with a SEM survey of the sexually dimorphic areas on legs and structures related to chelicerae in the genus

Jesús A. Cruz-López & Oscar F. Francke
Figure 1. Habitus of Huasteca species. (a) male of Huasteca gratiosa. (b) male of Huasteca rugosa. (c) female of Huasteca silhavyi. (d) female of Huasteca kardia sp. nov. Scale bars = 0.5 cm.

Figure 8 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 8. SEM images of spicules of paratype CNPGG-2027, (a) Spined oxea and detail of tips. (b) Different rotules (c) Rotule. (d) Various pseudobirotules shapes, (e) Rotule. (f), (g) Pseudobirotules II.

Figure 8 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 8. SEM images of spicules of paratype CNPGG-2027, (a) Spined oxea and detail of tips. (b) Different rotules (c) Rotule. (d) Various pseudobirotules shapes, (e) Rotule. (f), (g) Pseudobirotules II.

Figure 7 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 7. SEM images of gemmuloscleres of holotype CNPGG‒2331 Racekiela cresciscrystae sp. nov. (a) Birotule with smooth shaft, one with very rare spiny shaft. (b) Different rotules showing flat to umbonate details. (c Various pseudobirotules shapes. (d) Pseudobirotules. II (e) Pseudobirotules tips.

Figure 7 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 7. SEM images of gemmuloscleres of holotype CNPGG‒2331 Racekiela cresciscrystae sp. nov. (a) Birotule with smooth shaft, one with very rare spiny shaft. (b) Different rotules showing flat to umbonate details. (c Various pseudobirotules shapes. (d) Pseudobirotules. II (e) Pseudobirotules tips.

Figure 6 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 6. SEM images of megascleres of holotype CNPGG‒2331 Racekiela cresciscrystae sp. nov. (a) Spined oxea and detail of tips. (b) Oxeas not spined. (c) Acanthoxea malformation. (d) Spicular set for size comparison.

Figure 6 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 6. SEM images of megascleres of holotype CNPGG‒2331 Racekiela cresciscrystae sp. nov. (a) Spined oxea and detail of tips. (b) Oxeas not spined. (c) Acanthoxea malformation. (d) Spicular set for size comparison.

Figure 5 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 5. SEM micrographs of gemmule from holotype CNPGG‒2331 Racekiela cresciscrystae sp. nov. (a) Spherical gemmule with shattered foramen, and top view of rotules. (b) Detail of gemmule surface, with birotules (marked by arrows) and pseudobirotules. (c) Cross section of gemmule filled in with thesocytes and tri-layered theca. (d) Detail of tri-layered theca and foramen in a cross section gemmule (shattered at the upper side). (e) Detail of theca with irregular chambers (upper side of...

Figure 5 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 5. SEM micrographs of gemmule from holotype CNPGG‒2331 Racekiela cresciscrystae sp. nov. (a) Spherical gemmule with shattered foramen, and top view of rotules. (b) Detail of gemmule surface, with birotules (marked by arrows) and pseudobirotules. (c) Cross section of gemmule filled in with thesocytes and tri-layered theca. (d) Detail of tri-layered theca and foramen in a cross section gemmule (shattered at the upper side). (e) Detail of theca with irregular chambers (upper side of...

Figure 4 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 4. Cross section throughout the sponge body in light micrographs. (a) Ectosomal tangential megascleres irregularly scattered, with upright oxeas protruding outside the surface. (b) Choanosomal skeletal network.

Figure 4 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 4. Cross section throughout the sponge body in light micrographs. (a) Ectosomal tangential megascleres irregularly scattered, with upright oxeas protruding outside the surface. (b) Choanosomal skeletal network.

Figure 3 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 3. Racekiela cresciscrystae sp. nov. paratype localities at Villa del Carbón River. (a) and (b.) Sampling sites of the new species shown by arrows. (c) Encrusting live specimen, lime-green colour in underwater photography. (d) Lobate surface of paratype in live.

Figure 3 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 3. Racekiela cresciscrystae sp. nov. paratype localities at Villa del Carbón River. (a) and (b.) Sampling sites of the new species shown by arrows. (c) Encrusting live specimen, lime-green colour in underwater photography. (d) Lobate surface of paratype in live.

Figure 2 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 2. Racekiela cresciscrystae sp. nov. type locality. (a) Villa del Carbón sampling site with arrows showing the place where the sponge was found. (b) Paratype in a dried state, with visible oscular openings. (c) and (d) Live specimens' underwater photography, holotype and paratype.

Figure 2 in On the genus Racekiela in Mexico: molecular and morphological description of Racekiela cresciscrystae n. sp.

Patricia Gómez, José Luis Carballo, José Antonio Cruz-Barraza & Mildred Camacho-Cancino
Figure 2. Racekiela cresciscrystae sp. nov. type locality. (a) Villa del Carbón sampling site with arrows showing the place where the sponge was found. (b) Paratype in a dried state, with visible oscular openings. (c) and (d) Live specimens' underwater photography, holotype and paratype.

Figure 10 in Two new pill millipedes (Diplopoda: Glomerida: Glomeridae) from high mountains of Vietnam

Anh D. Nguyen, Katsuyuki Eguchi & Ui W. Hwang
Figure 10. Hyleoglomeris fanxipan sp. nov., holotype (IEBR-Myr 673H). Syncoxital horns and lobe, posterior view (A), anterior view (B).

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