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FIGURE 41 in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURE 41. Prionocyphon serricornis (Müller), penis and tegmen, connected by the endophallic armature of folded cuticle; specimen from Schlitz, Germany. The arrows point to the rudimentary styles. Not to scale.

FIGURE 41 in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURE 41. Prionocyphon serricornis (Müller), penis and tegmen, connected by the endophallic armature of folded cuticle; specimen from Schlitz, Germany. The arrows point to the rudimentary styles. Not to scale.

FIGURES 38−40a in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 38−40a. Prionocyphon spp., anterior portion of head, base of antenna, and a labial palpus: 38, 40, 40a, P. serricornis (Müller), specimen from Trnovo, Slovenia; 39, Prionocyphon sp., female from Acacia Plateau N.S.Wales H.Davidson (ANIC), Morphotype A. Not to scale.

FIGURES 38−40a in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 38−40a. Prionocyphon spp., anterior portion of head, base of antenna, and a labial palpus: 38, 40, 40a, P. serricornis (Müller), specimen from Trnovo, Slovenia; 39, Prionocyphon sp., female from Acacia Plateau N.S.Wales H.Davidson (ANIC), Morphotype A. Not to scale.

FIGURES 34−37. Petrocyphon televisionarius n in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 34−37. Petrocyphon televisionarius n. sp., male. 34, T8; 35, T9 with lobes of S9; 36, penis; 37, parameres. 34, 35 and 36, 37 to the same scale, respectively.

FIGURES 34−37. Petrocyphon televisionarius n in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 34−37. Petrocyphon televisionarius n. sp., male. 34, T8; 35, T9 with lobes of S9; 36, penis; 37, parameres. 34, 35 and 36, 37 to the same scale, respectively.

FIGURES 28−33. Petrocyphon bonang n in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 28−33. Petrocyphon bonang n. sp. 28, male T8; 29, male T9; 30, tegmen, ventral view; 31, penis; 32, vulvar sclerite, lateral, diagrammatic; 33, bursal ring. Abbreviations: ba, basal arm of trigonium; pa, pala; pd, parameroid; pe, paramere; te, tegmen; tr, trigonium. 28, 29, 32 and 30, 31 to the same scales, respectively.

FIGURES 28−33. Petrocyphon bonang n in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 28−33. Petrocyphon bonang n. sp. 28, male T8; 29, male T9; 30, tegmen, ventral view; 31, penis; 32, vulvar sclerite, lateral, diagrammatic; 33, bursal ring. Abbreviations: ba, basal arm of trigonium; pa, pala; pd, parameroid; pe, paramere; te, tegmen; tr, trigonium. 28, 29, 32 and 30, 31 to the same scales, respectively.

FIGURES 21−27. Petrocyphon spp. P in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 21−27. Petrocyphon spp. P. cataractae Zwick: 21, male habitus; 22, female genital situs, arrows point to toothed sclerites; 23, bursal rings of another specimen. P. monga Watts: 24, male with erect genitalia; 25, 26, bursal rings, two focus levels; 27, vulvar sclerite. 21−24 not to scale.

FIGURES 21−27. Petrocyphon spp. P in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 21−27. Petrocyphon spp. P. cataractae Zwick: 21, male habitus; 22, female genital situs, arrows point to toothed sclerites; 23, bursal rings of another specimen. P. monga Watts: 24, male with erect genitalia; 25, 26, bursal rings, two focus levels; 27, vulvar sclerite. 21−24 not to scale.

FIGURES 10–14. Pachycyphon females. P in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 10–14. Pachycyphon females. P. funicularis Zwick: 10, specimen with detached left elytron, the minute wing flap is in the centre of the circle: note the projecting ovipositor with upcurved gonocoxae; 11, segment 8 and ovipositor (ov); 12, enlarged apex of ovipositor, dorsoventral view; 13, prehensor. P. elegans Zwick: 14, prehensor. 11 and 12 not to scale.

FIGURES 10–14. Pachycyphon females. P in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 10–14. Pachycyphon females. P. funicularis Zwick: 10, specimen with detached left elytron, the minute wing flap is in the centre of the circle: note the projecting ovipositor with upcurved gonocoxae; 11, segment 8 and ovipositor (ov); 12, enlarged apex of ovipositor, dorsoventral view; 13, prehensor. P. elegans Zwick: 14, prehensor. 11 and 12 not to scale.

FIGURES 8, 9. Scirtes auratus Watts, female. 8 in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 8, 9. Scirtes auratus Watts, female. 8, genital situs; 9, detail of armature. Abbreviations: ag, accessory gland with sclerotized meshes; bscl, bursal sclerite; pr, prehensor; sp, spermatophore. The scale bar is 100 µm.

FIGURES 8, 9. Scirtes auratus Watts, female. 8 in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 8, 9. Scirtes auratus Watts, female. 8, genital situs; 9, detail of armature. Abbreviations: ag, accessory gland with sclerotized meshes; bscl, bursal sclerite; pr, prehensor; sp, spermatophore. The scale bar is 100 µm.

FIGURES 1–7. Ypsiloncyphon spp. Y in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 1–7. Ypsiloncyphon spp. Y. chlorizans (Klausnitzer): 1, penis of the holotype with labels; 2, terminal section of ovipositor and segment 8 of the female paratype. Y. javanicus Yoshitomi, male: 3, diagrammatic view of abdominal sternites 4– 7, the invaginated S8 shown in black (after a photograph); 4, maxillary palpus. Y. longus Zwick: 5, maxillary palpus. Y. katherinae Zwick, female (from: 16.34S 135.41E 14km NW of Cape Crawford, NT. 6 Nov.19 M.S.Upton; ANIC): 6, terminal...

FIGURES 1–7. Ypsiloncyphon spp. Y in Australian Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). 9. The relations of Australasian Ypsiloncyphon species to their Asian congeners, additions, mainly to Petrocyphon and Prionocyphon, and a key to Australian genera of Scirtinae

Peter Zwick
FIGURES 1–7. Ypsiloncyphon spp. Y. chlorizans (Klausnitzer): 1, penis of the holotype with labels; 2, terminal section of ovipositor and segment 8 of the female paratype. Y. javanicus Yoshitomi, male: 3, diagrammatic view of abdominal sternites 4– 7, the invaginated S8 shown in black (after a photograph); 4, maxillary palpus. Y. longus Zwick: 5, maxillary palpus. Y. katherinae Zwick, female (from: 16.34S 135.41E 14km NW of Cape Crawford, NT. 6 Nov.19 M.S.Upton; ANIC): 6, terminal...

PyFraME: Python tools for Fragment-based Multiscale Embedding

Jógvan Magnus Haugaard Olsen
This archive contains the source of PyFraME. Project is hosted on GitLab (https://gitlab.com/FraME-projects/PyFraME). PyFraME is a Python package that provides tools for setting up and running fragment-based multiscale embedding calculations. The aim is to provide tools that can automatize the workflow of such calculations in a flexible manner. The typical workflow is as follows: a part of the total molecular system is chosen as the core region which is typically treated a high level of...

CLARIAH/grlc: January 2020 patch

Albert Meroño-Peñuela, Carlos Martinez, Rinke Hoekstra, Pasquale Lisena, Richard Zijdeman, RoderickvanderWeerdt, Arnold Kuzniar, Mwigham, Jurriaan H. Spaaks & Jonas Jetschni
Remove PythonQL dependency (should solve pipenv install issues) Add dependabot config

Pyndl: Naive discriminative learning in python

Konstantin Sering, Marc Weitz, David-Elias Künstle & Lennart Schneider
pyndl should now be installable on MacOS without openmp support splits ndl_parallel.pyx into several files to separate the openmp code from the rest some maintenance improvements

librosa/librosa: 0.7.2

Brian McFee, Vincent Lostanlen, Matt McVicar, Alexandros Metsai, Stefan Balke, Carl Thomé, Colin Raffel, Ayoub Malek, Dana Lee, Frank Zalkow, Kyungyun Lee, Oriol Nieto, Jack Mason, Dan Ellis, Ryuichi Yamamoto, Scott Seyfarth, Eric Battenberg, Виктор Морозов, Rachel Bittner, Keunwoo Choi, Josh Moore, Ziyao Wei, Shunsuke Hidaka, Nullmightybofo, Pius Friesch … & Adam Weiss
This is primarily a bug-fix release, and most likely the last release in the 0.7 series. It includes fixes for errors in dynamic time warping (DTW) and RMS energy calculation, and several corrections to the documentation. Inverse-liftering is now supported in MFCC inversion, and an implementation of mu-law companding has been added. Please refer to the documentation for a full list of changes.

FIG. 4. — A-D in Systematics, palaeoecology and taphonomy of Turonian oysters from the northern Gabon Coastal Basin

Benjamin Musavu Moussavou
FIG. 4. — A-D, Ostrea sp. D: A, B, MDG/LBV/Lm-33.1; C, D, MDG/LBV/Lm-33.2; E, Ostrea sp. C MDG/LBV/Lm-32.1; F, Gyrostrea sp. B MDG/LBV/Lm-14; G-N, Gyrostrea delettrei (Coquand, 1862); G, H, MDG/LBV/Lm-12.1; I, J, MDG/LBV/Lm-12.2; K, L, MDG/LBV/Lm-12.3, M-N. MDG/LBV/Lm-12.4; O-R, Ostrea sp. B; O, P, MDG/LBV/Lm-31.1; Q, R, MDG/LBV/Lm-31.2; S-U, Ostrea sp. A, S-T. MDG/LBV/Lm-15.1; U, MDG/LBV/Lm-15.2. Scale bar: 1 cm.

FIG. 4. — A-D in Systematics, palaeoecology and taphonomy of Turonian oysters from the northern Gabon Coastal Basin

Benjamin Musavu Moussavou
FIG. 4. — A-D, Ostrea sp. D: A, B, MDG/LBV/Lm-33.1; C, D, MDG/LBV/Lm-33.2; E, Ostrea sp. C MDG/LBV/Lm-32.1; F, Gyrostrea sp. B MDG/LBV/Lm-14; G-N, Gyrostrea delettrei (Coquand, 1862); G, H, MDG/LBV/Lm-12.1; I, J, MDG/LBV/Lm-12.2; K, L, MDG/LBV/Lm-12.3, M-N. MDG/LBV/Lm-12.4; O-R, Ostrea sp. B; O, P, MDG/LBV/Lm-31.1; Q, R, MDG/LBV/Lm-31.2; S-U, Ostrea sp. A, S-T. MDG/LBV/Lm-15.1; U, MDG/LBV/Lm-15.2. Scale bar: 1 cm.

FIG. 3. — A, Gyrostrea A in Systematics, palaeoecology and taphonomy of Turonian oysters from the northern Gabon Coastal Basin

Benjamin Musavu Moussavou
FIG. 3. — A, Gyrostrea A MDG/LBV/Lm-13; B, C, Rhynchostreon cf. suborbiculatum (Lamarck, 1801) MDG/LBV/Lm-9; D-F, Gryphaeostrea sp.; D-E, MDG/LBV/Lm- 7.1, F. MDG/LBV/Lm-7.2; G, H, Curvostrea tevesthensis (Coquand, 1862) MDG/LBV/Lm-11; I-M, Ilymatogyra (Afrogyra) africana (Lamarck, 1801); I, J, MDG/LBV/ Lm-8.3, K. MDG/LBV/Lm-8.2, L-M. MDG/LBV/Lm-8.1; N, Q, Ostreidea gen. et sp.; indet MDG/LBV/Lm-34; O, P. Pycnodonte sp. MDG/LBV/Lm-10. Scale bar: 1 cm.

FIG. 3. — A, Gyrostrea A in Systematics, palaeoecology and taphonomy of Turonian oysters from the northern Gabon Coastal Basin

Benjamin Musavu Moussavou
FIG. 3. — A, Gyrostrea A MDG/LBV/Lm-13; B, C, Rhynchostreon cf. suborbiculatum (Lamarck, 1801) MDG/LBV/Lm-9; D-F, Gryphaeostrea sp.; D-E, MDG/LBV/Lm- 7.1, F. MDG/LBV/Lm-7.2; G, H, Curvostrea tevesthensis (Coquand, 1862) MDG/LBV/Lm-11; I-M, Ilymatogyra (Afrogyra) africana (Lamarck, 1801); I, J, MDG/LBV/ Lm-8.3, K. MDG/LBV/Lm-8.2, L-M. MDG/LBV/Lm-8.1; N, Q, Ostreidea gen. et sp.; indet MDG/LBV/Lm-34; O, P. Pycnodonte sp. MDG/LBV/Lm-10. Scale bar: 1 cm.

FIG. 2 in Systematics, palaeoecology and taphonomy of Turonian oysters from the northern Gabon Coastal Basin

Benjamin Musavu Moussavou
FIG. 2. — Lithostratigraphy of the PK 12 section plotted against occurrence of oysters, gastropods and bivalve.

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