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Figures 23–24. C. Clypearis. 23 In Revision Of The Neotropical Subgenera Coelioxys (Platycoelioxys) Mitchell And C. (Rhinocoelioxys) Mitchell (Hymenoptera; Megachilidae) With The Description Of One New Species

Léo Correia Da Rocha Filho & Laurence Packer
FIGURES 23–24. C. clypearis. 23. Frontal view of head. 24. Dorsal view of terga (for T1 coloration). FIGURE 25. C. nasidens. Dorsal view of terga (for T1 coloration and for punctate areas on T2 and T3 indicated by white arrows). FIGURE 26. C. agilis. Frontal view of head. FIGURES 27–28. C. zapoteca. Frontal view of head. (Scale bar = 1.5 mm).

Figure 45. C In Revision Of The Neotropical Subgenera Coelioxys (Platycoelioxys) Mitchell And C. (Rhinocoelioxys) Mitchell (Hymenoptera; Megachilidae) With The Description Of One New Species

Léo Correia Da Rocha Filho & Laurence Packer
FIGURE 45. C. zapoteca. Lateral view of head and mesosoma (for hypostomal concavity indicated by red arrow). FIGURE 46–47. C. barbata. 46. Dorsal view of T2 and T3 (for punctate areas indicated by white arrows). 47. Ventral view of S4 and S5 (for apical margin of S4 and S5 disc). Figure 48. C. paraguayensis. Dorsal view of T5 and T6 (for T6 dorsal processes indicated by black arrow). (Scale bar = 1.5mm).

Figure 3 In Revision Of The Neotropical Subgenera Coelioxys (Platycoelioxys) Mitchell And C. (Rhinocoelioxys) Mitchell (Hymenoptera; Megachilidae) With The Description Of One New Species

Léo Correia Da Rocha Filho & Laurence Packer
FIGURE 3. Coelioxys barbata. Female (A–E): A. Lateral view, B. Frontal view of head, C. Dorsal view of T6 and S6, D. Lateral view of T6 and S6, E. Ventral view of S5. Male (F–L): F. Lateral view, G. Dorsal view of subocelar area, H. Lateral view of head and mesosoma, I. Dorsal view of mesoscutum and mesoscutellum, J. Dorsal view of T2 and T3, K. Dorsal view of T5 and T6, L. Ventral view...

Figure 7 In Revision Of The Neotropical Subgenera Coelioxys (Platycoelioxys) Mitchell And C. (Rhinocoelioxys) Mitchell (Hymenoptera; Megachilidae) With The Description Of One New Species

Léo Correia Da Rocha Filho & Laurence Packer
FIGURE 7. Coelioxys nasidens. Female (A–C): A. Lateral view, B. Frontal view of head, C. Lateral view of T6 and S6. Male (D–I): D. Lateral view, E. Lateral view of head and mesosoma, F. Dorsal view of mesoscutum and mesoscutellum, G. Dorsal view of T2 and T3, H. Dorsal view of T5 and T6, I. Ventral view of S4 and S5. (Scale bar = 1.5mm).

Figure 13 In Revision Of The Neotropical Subgenera Coelioxys (Platycoelioxys) Mitchell And C. (Rhinocoelioxys) Mitchell (Hymenoptera; Megachilidae) With The Description Of One New Species

Léo Correia Da Rocha Filho & Laurence Packer
FIGURE 13. Coelioxys zapoteca. Female (A–E): A. Lateral view, B. Frontal view of head (for ocular hairs and mandibles), C. Dorsal view of mesoscutum and mesoscutellum, D. Lateral view of T6 and S6, E. Ventral view of S5 and S6. Male (F–I): F. Lateral view, G. Lateral view of head and mesosoma, H. Dorsal view of T2 and T3, I. Ventral view of S4 and S5. (Scale bar = 1.5 mm).

Figure 20 In Revision Of The Neotropical Subgenera Coelioxys (Platycoelioxys) Mitchell And C. (Rhinocoelioxys) Mitchell (Hymenoptera; Megachilidae) With The Description Of One New Species

Léo Correia Da Rocha Filho & Laurence Packer
FIGURE 20. Coelioxys alatiformis. Male genitalia and associated sterna (A–D). A. S5 (Scale bar = 1.5mm), B. S6, C. S8, D. Genitalia. (Scale bar = 1.0mm).

Figure 1 In Nanocladius (Plecopteracoluthus) Shigaensis Sp. Nov. (Chironomidae: Orthocladiinae) Whose Larvae Are Phoretic On Nymphs Of Stoneflies (Plecoptera) From Japan

Yasue Inoue, Chiharu Komori, Tadashi Kobayashi, Natsuko Kondo, Ryuhei Ueno & Kenzi Takamura
FIGURE 1. Male: A. Head (scale bar 500 Μm); host Oyamia lugubris (Plecoptera). B. Coronal triangle hyaline filaments (100 Μm); host Oyamia lugubris. C. Wing (1000 Μm). D. Abdomen (1000 Μm); host O. lugubris. E. Hypopygium (100 Μm); host O. lugubris.

Figure 4 In Nanocladius (Plecopteracoluthus) Shigaensis Sp. Nov. (Chironomidae: Orthocladiinae) Whose Larvae Are Phoretic On Nymphs Of Stoneflies (Plecoptera) From Japan

Yasue Inoue, Chiharu Komori, Tadashi Kobayashi, Natsuko Kondo, Ryuhei Ueno & Kenzi Takamura
FIGURE 4. Larval head capsules (somewhat faded by 10% KOH treatment), showing differences of colors and shapes. A. Nanocladius (Plecopteracoluthus) asiaticus (host Protohermes grandis [Megaloptera]). B. Nanocladius (Plecopteracoluthus) shigaensis sp. nov. (host Oyamia cryptomeria [Plecoptera]).

Figure 7 In Nanocladius (Plecopteracoluthus) Shigaensis Sp. Nov. (Chironomidae: Orthocladiinae) Whose Larvae Are Phoretic On Nymphs Of Stoneflies (Plecoptera) From Japan

Yasue Inoue, Chiharu Komori, Tadashi Kobayashi, Natsuko Kondo, Ryuhei Ueno & Kenzi Takamura
FIGURE 7. Neighbor-joining tree based on 658 bp of partial COI sequences and K2P model. Numbers at the nodes indicate percent bootstrap value of 1000 replications. Cricotopus sylvestris was used as the outgroup.

Figure 10. A 3 D In A New Troglobitic Species Of The Genus Pholeuonopsis (Coleoptera: Leiodidae: Cholevinae: Leptodirini) From Western Serbia, With A Key To The Species From Serbia

Srećko Ćurčić, Maja Vrbica, Nikola Vesović, Dragan Antić, Matija Petković, Fabrizio Bosco & Božidar Ćurčić
FIGURE 10. A 3 D view of the Cave by the Užice-Mt. Tara road, village of Šljivovica, near Čajetina, Mt. Zlatibor, western Serbia. The red circles indicate places where the specimens of the new species were found, while the black arrow represents the entrance of the cave.

Figures 6–10 In Paraneseuthia Franz In The Indian Himalayan Region And Western Palaearctic (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Scydmaeninae)

Paweł Jałoszyński
FIGURES 6–10. Right fore leg of male in posterior view (6), aedeagus in ventral (7, 9) and lateral (8, 10) views. Paraneseuthia loebli sp. n. (6–8); Paraneseuthia meybohmi sp. n. (9–10).

Figures 25 – 30 In Revision Of The Sundaland Species Of The Genus Dysphaea Selys, 1853 Using Molecular And Morphological Methods, With Notes On Allied Species (Odonata: Euphaeidae)

Matti Hämäläinen, Rory A. Dow & Frank R. Stokvis
FIGURES 25 – 30. Wings of Dysphaea males: 25) D. lugens Pemantang, Kalimantan Tengah; 26) D. lugens Ampah, Kalimantan Tengah; 27) D. lugens Selekau River, Kalimantan Barat; 28) D. ulu paratype, Temburong, Brunei; 29) D. vanida spec. nov. paratype, Khlong Nakha, Ranong; 30) D. vanida paratype, Khlong Nakha, Ranong.

Figures 31 – 36 In Revision Of The Sundaland Species Of The Genus Dysphaea Selys, 1853 Using Molecular And Morphological Methods, With Notes On Allied Species (Odonata: Euphaeidae)

Matti Hämäläinen, Rory A. Dow & Frank R. Stokvis
FIGURES 31 – 36. Male anal appendages. Dorsal view: 31) D. dimidiata West Java; 32) D. lugens Bakuan, Kalimantan Barat; 33) D. ulu holotype; 34) D. vanida holotype. Dorso-lateral views: 35) D. dimidiata Terengganu; 36) D. vanida paratype Lam Khlong Gnu, Kanchanaburi.

Figures 69 – 74 In Revision Of The Sundaland Species Of The Genus Dysphaea Selys, 1853 Using Molecular And Morphological Methods, With Notes On Allied Species (Odonata: Euphaeidae)

Matti Hämäläinen, Rory A. Dow & Frank R. Stokvis
FIGURES 69 – 74. Female synthorax, lateral view: 69) D. dimidiata west Java; 70) D. dimidiata Sarawak; 71) D. dimidiata Johor; 72) D. lugens Mount Dulit, Sarawak, photograph by Benjamin Price; 73) D. ulu paratype; 74) D. vanida paratype Kanchanaburi.

Figure 1 In A New Species Of Platydecticus (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Tettigoniinae; Nedubini) From The Andes Of Chile

Alejandro Vera Sánchez
FIGURE 1. Collection site in the Andes Range of Coquimbo, at elevation 3026 m.

Figure 20 In A New Species Of Platydecticus (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Tettigoniinae; Nedubini) From The Andes Of Chile

Alejandro Vera Sánchez
FIGURE 20. General view of female and male adults (allotype and holotype, respectively), scale 3 mm.

Figure 5 In A New Dendropsophus Fitzinger, 1843 (Anura: Hylidae) Of The Parviceps Group From The Lowlands Of The Guiana Shield

Antoine Fouquet, Victor Goyannes Dill Orrico, Raffael Ernst, Michel Blanc, Quentin Martinez, Jean-Pierre Vacher, Miguel Trefaut Rodrigues, Paul Ouboter, Rawien Jairam & Santiago Ron
FIGURE 5. Sonograms of five Amazonian species of the Dendropsophus parviceps group. Recording of D. counani sp. nov. is from a male (SVL = 19.9 mm; MNHN2015.0114) from Inini, French Guiana. Records of D. parviceps and D. koechlini are from Cocroft et al. (2001).

Figure 6 In A New Dendropsophus Fitzinger, 1843 (Anura: Hylidae) Of The Parviceps Group From The Lowlands Of The Guiana Shield

Antoine Fouquet, Victor Goyannes Dill Orrico, Raffael Ernst, Michel Blanc, Quentin Martinez, Jean-Pierre Vacher, Miguel Trefaut Rodrigues, Paul Ouboter, Rawien Jairam & Santiago Ron
FIGURE 6. Dendropsophus counani sp. nov. tadpole: a) mouth and b) lateral view of specimen raised from a clutch collected at Kotika, French Guiana (MB field number AG419A) preserved at stage 31; c) lateral and dorsal views of a living specimen at stage 36 raised with AG419A; d) mature clutch hanging over water containing 50 eggs photographed at Sipaliwini, Suriname.

Figures 1–2 In Two New Species Of The Genus Taphioporus Moseyko & Kirejtshuk (Chrysomelidae: Eumolpinae) From Baltic Amber

Andris Bukejs & Alexey G. Moseyko
FIGURES 1–2. Taphioporus rufous sp. nov., Holotype, C 8002: 1—habitus, lateral view; 2—habitus, ventro-lateral view.

Figures 3–6 In Two New Species Of The Genus Taphioporus Moseyko & Kirejtshuk (Chrysomelidae: Eumolpinae) From Baltic Amber

Andris Bukejs & Alexey G. Moseyko
FIGURES 3–6. Taphioporus rufous sp. nov., Holotype, C 8002: 3—details of forebody, lateral view; 4—abdomen; 5—right mesotibia and tarsus; 6—apical part of left antenna.

Figure 1. Neighbour-Joining Coi Gene Tree Using Uncorrected P In Description Of The Final Stadium Larvae Of Onychargia Atrocyana Selys, 1865 From Sarawak, Identified Using Dna Barcoding (Odonata: Zygoptera: Platycnemididae), With An Overview Of Larval Characters In The Platycnemididae

Albert G. Orr & Rory A. Dow
FIGURE 1. Neighbour-joining COI gene tree using uncorrected p-distance for Onychargia atrocyana using Paracnemis alluaudi and Podolestes harrissoni as outgroups. All voucher specimens have a six-digit collection number with an RMNH. INS. prefix; this prefix is omitted in the figure for clarity.

Figure 3 In Description Of The Final Stadium Larvae Of Onychargia Atrocyana Selys, 1865 From Sarawak, Identified Using Dna Barcoding (Odonata: Zygoptera: Platycnemididae), With An Overview Of Larval Characters In The Platycnemididae

Albert G. Orr & Rory A. Dow
FIGURE 3. Anterior details of Onychargia atrocyana: (a) dorsal detail head; (b) ventral detail head and anterior thoracic segments; (c) ventral detail posterior margin of head and supracoxal spurs; (d) detail of antenna; (e) mandibles ventral view; (f) right maxilla ventral view; (g) labial mask dorsal view; (h) detail labial palp in dorsolateral view.

Figures 1–8 In Towards Understanding Lepidocyrtus Bourlet, 1839 (Collembola, Entomobryidae) I: Diagnosis Of The Subgenus Setogaster, New Records And Redescriptions Of Species

Eduardo Mateos & Penelope Greenslade
FIGURES 1–8. Lepidocyrtus (Setogaster) studied. 1–2, L. (Setogaster) nigrofasciatus; 3, L. (Setogaster) praecisus; 4, L. (Setogaster) kuakea; 5, L. (Setogaster) fasciatus; 6, L. (Setogaster) coerulea; 7–8, L. (Setogaster) spp.

Figures 16–18 In Towards Understanding Lepidocyrtus Bourlet, 1839 (Collembola, Entomobryidae) I: Diagnosis Of The Subgenus Setogaster, New Records And Redescriptions Of Species

Eduardo Mateos & Penelope Greenslade
FIGURES 16–18. Lepidocyrtus (Setogaster) nigrofasciatus. 16, scheme of dorsal macrochaetae (circles), bothriotricha (curved lines), abd.III filaments (straight lines) and pseudopori (#); 17, dorsal head chaetotaxy, circles—ciliated chaetae sockets, small ovals—scale sockets, lines—smooth mesochaetae; 18a, interocular chaetotaxy (right ocular area), small ovals—scale sockets; 18b, interocular scale.

Figures 34–35 In Towards Understanding Lepidocyrtus Bourlet, 1839 (Collembola, Entomobryidae) I: Diagnosis Of The Subgenus Setogaster, New Records And Redescriptions Of Species

Eduardo Mateos & Penelope Greenslade
FIGURES 34–35. Lepidocyrtus (Setogaster) praecisus. 34, abd.IV complete chaetotaxy, broad black circles—broad ciliated macrochaetae, small black circles—thin ciliated macrochaetae, open circles— mesochaetae, triangles—fan-shaped chaetae, S—long S-chaetae, as and ps—short S-chaetae, x—bothriotricha, #—pseudoporus, chaetae morphology as Fig. 25b; 35, third leg apex with unguis and unguiculus.

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