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Figure 3 In Anaxibia Folia Spec. Nov. - A New Litter-Dwelling Dictynid Spider From India (Araneae: Dictynidae: Dictyninae)

Pradeep M. Sankaran & Pothalil A. Sebastian
FIGURE 3. Anaxibiafolia spec. nov., type locality.

Figure 3 In Anaxibia Folia Spec. Nov. - A New Litter-Dwelling Dictynid Spider From India (Araneae: Dictynidae: Dictyninae)

Pradeep M. Sankaran & Pothalil A. Sebastian
FIGURE 3. Anaxibiafolia spec. nov., type locality.

Figures 2A–F. Anaxibia Folia Spec. Nov. A Male Prosoma, Retrolateral.B–D In Anaxibia Folia Spec. Nov. - A New Litter-Dwelling Dictynid Spider From India (Araneae: Dictynidae: Dictyninae)

Pradeep M. Sankaran & Pothalil A. Sebastian
FIGURES 2A–F. Anaxibia folia spec. nov. A Male prosoma, retrolateral.B–D Male left pedipalp(B prolateral, C ventral, D dorsal). E Epigyne,ventral.F Vulva, dorsal.Abbreviations:C—conductor, CD—copulatory duct, CL—cymbial caudal lobe, CO—copulatory opening, dTA—dictynidterminalapophysis,DTA—dorsaltibial apophysis,E—embolus,FD—fertilization duct,LLMD—laterallobe of median diverticulum,MD—median diverticulum,PP—patellar process,S—spermatheca,SHP—sclerotised horizontal plate, STsubtegulum, tC—apicalpart of conductor,T—tegulum,uC—basal part of conductor, VTA—ventral tibial apophysis.Scale bars:A–F, 0.2 mm.Arrows:1indicates femoralbulging,2 tibial bulging, 3 horizontal ridge of dictynid terminalapophysis.

Figures 2A–F. Anaxibia Folia Spec. Nov. A Male Prosoma, Retrolateral.B–D In Anaxibia Folia Spec. Nov. - A New Litter-Dwelling Dictynid Spider From India (Araneae: Dictynidae: Dictyninae)

Pradeep M. Sankaran & Pothalil A. Sebastian
FIGURES 2A–F. Anaxibia folia spec. nov. A Male prosoma, retrolateral.B–D Male left pedipalp(B prolateral, C ventral, D dorsal). E Epigyne,ventral.F Vulva, dorsal.Abbreviations:C—conductor, CD—copulatory duct, CL—cymbial caudal lobe, CO—copulatory opening, dTA—dictynidterminalapophysis,DTA—dorsaltibial apophysis,E—embolus,FD—fertilization duct,LLMD—laterallobe of median diverticulum,MD—median diverticulum,PP—patellar process,S—spermatheca,SHP—sclerotised horizontal plate, STsubtegulum, tC—apicalpart of conductor,T—tegulum,uC—basal part of conductor, VTA—ventral tibial apophysis.Scale bars:A–F, 0.2 mm.Arrows:1indicates femoralbulging,2 tibial bulging, 3 horizontal ridge of dictynid terminalapophysis.

Figures 1A–F. Anaxibia Folia Spec. Nov. A–B In Anaxibia Folia Spec. Nov. - A New Litter-Dwelling Dictynid Spider From India (Araneae: Dictynidae: Dictyninae)

Pradeep M. Sankaran & Pothalil A. Sebastian
FIGURES 1A–F. Anaxibia folia spec. nov. A–B Habitus, dorsal (A male, B female). C–D Posterior part showing reduced cribellum, anal tubercle and spinnerets, ventral (C male, D female). E Male left metatarsus IV showing reduced calamistrum, retrolateral. F Femaleleft metatarsus IV showing calamistrum, prolateral.Scale bars:A–B 0.5 mm; C–F0.2 mm.

Figures 1A–F. Anaxibia Folia Spec. Nov. A–B In Anaxibia Folia Spec. Nov. - A New Litter-Dwelling Dictynid Spider From India (Araneae: Dictynidae: Dictyninae)

Pradeep M. Sankaran & Pothalil A. Sebastian
FIGURES 1A–F. Anaxibia folia spec. nov. A–B Habitus, dorsal (A male, B female). C–D Posterior part showing reduced cribellum, anal tubercle and spinnerets, ventral (C male, D female). E Male left metatarsus IV showing reduced calamistrum, retrolateral. F Femaleleft metatarsus IV showing calamistrum, prolateral.Scale bars:A–B 0.5 mm; C–F0.2 mm.

Figures14−21.Gymelloxesterea. 14−18 In Re-Characterization Of Gymelloxes With A Re-Description Of Gymelloxes Terea From Central America (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae)

John R. Grehan & Carlos G. C. Mielke
FIGURES14−21.Gymelloxesterea. 14−18.Malegenitalia(M249):14, lateralhabitus view;15, lateralviewwithphallus everted;16, postero-ventral view (M249); 17, antero-ventral view (M249); 18, male lectotype (type 18603, USNM); 19−21.Female genitalia:19, postero-ventral view(F250); 20, lateral view (F250);21, Ductus and corpus bursae,lateral view (F250).Scale bar= 1 mm.

Figures14−21.Gymelloxesterea. 14−18 In Re-Characterization Of Gymelloxes With A Re-Description Of Gymelloxes Terea From Central America (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae)

John R. Grehan & Carlos G. C. Mielke
FIGURES14−21.Gymelloxesterea. 14−18.Malegenitalia(M249):14, lateralhabitus view;15, lateralviewwithphallus everted;16, postero-ventral view (M249); 17, antero-ventral view (M249); 18, male lectotype (type 18603, USNM); 19−21.Female genitalia:19, postero-ventral view(F250); 20, lateral view (F250);21, Ductus and corpus bursae,lateral view (F250).Scale bar= 1 mm.

Figures 1−6. Gymelloxes Terea. 1 In Re-Characterization Of Gymelloxes With A Re-Description Of Gymelloxes Terea From Central America (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae)

John R. Grehan & Carlos G. C. Mielke
FIGURES 1−6. Gymelloxes terea. 1, male, dorsal view (JRG); 2, male, ventral view; 3, male lectotype, dorsal view (type 18603, USNM); 4, female, dorsalview (F250, CGCM);5,female,ventral view; 6, male antenna,dorsal view.Scalebar = 1 cm.

Figures 1−6. Gymelloxes Terea. 1 In Re-Characterization Of Gymelloxes With A Re-Description Of Gymelloxes Terea From Central America (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae)

John R. Grehan & Carlos G. C. Mielke
FIGURES 1−6. Gymelloxes terea. 1, male, dorsal view (JRG); 2, male, ventral view; 3, male lectotype, dorsal view (type 18603, USNM); 4, female, dorsalview (F250, CGCM);5,female,ventral view; 6, male antenna,dorsal view.Scalebar = 1 cm.

Figure 35 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURE 35. Number of known specimens of Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov. (n=53) by month of collection, from 1922 to 2014; light gray: records from the literature and specimens in entomological collections; dark gray: specimens collected in light traps from 1998 to 1999 (see text for details).

Figure 35 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURE 35. Number of known specimens of Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov. (n=53) by month of collection, from 1922 to 2014; light gray: records from the literature and specimens in entomological collections; dark gray: specimens collected in light traps from 1998 to 1999 (see text for details).

Figure 34 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURE 34. Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov., spatial distribution. Black dots indicate localities of standardized samplings; yellow stars, the presence of F. carolia comb. nov., and the question mark, the state of the type locality; green shaded areas indicates roughly areas of southern Brazilian Campos, according to Overbeck etal.(2007).

Figure 34 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURE 34. Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov., spatial distribution. Black dots indicate localities of standardized samplings; yellow stars, the presence of F. carolia comb. nov., and the question mark, the state of the type locality; green shaded areas indicates roughly areas of southern Brazilian Campos, according to Overbeck etal.(2007).

Figures 32–33 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES 32–33. Holotype of Porosagrotis carolia Schaus, 1929. 32. Reproduction from Schaus' original description plates. 33. Holotype located by J. Bolling Sullivan (see text for details). Arrows point out features indicating that this is the same specimen illustrated by Schaus (1929).

Figures 32–33 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES 32–33. Holotype of Porosagrotis carolia Schaus, 1929. 32. Reproduction from Schaus' original description plates. 33. Holotype located by J. Bolling Sullivan (see text for details). Arrows point out features indicating that this is the same specimen illustrated by Schaus (1929).

Figures28–31 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES28–31Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb.nov., male andfemale genitalia, lateral.28–29.Malegenitalia.28.Male genitalia with aedeagus and right valva removed.29. Aedeagus with vesica everted, posterior side up. 30–31.Female genitalia. 30. Ventral. 31.Lateral.

Figures28–31 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES28–31Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb.nov., male andfemale genitalia, lateral.28–29.Malegenitalia.28.Male genitalia with aedeagus and right valva removed.29. Aedeagus with vesica everted, posterior side up. 30–31.Female genitalia. 30. Ventral. 31.Lateral.

Figures26–27 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES26–27.Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov., male genitalia, lateral.26. genitalia with right valva removed.27. Valva.Scale bars:Fig.26 = 1 mm, Fig. 27 = 0.5 mm.

Figures26–27 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES26–27.Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov., male genitalia, lateral.26. genitalia with right valva removed.27. Valva.Scale bars:Fig.26 = 1 mm, Fig. 27 = 0.5 mm.

Figures 24–25 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES 24–25. Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov., male wing shape and venation.

Figures 24–25 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES 24–25. Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov., male wing shape and venation.

Figures 18–23 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES 18–23. Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov., labial palpus and legs. 18. Labial palpus, lateral. 19. Foreleg, lateral. 20. Mid leg, lateral. 21. Hind leg, lateral. 22. Foreleg tarsus, anterior.23. Foreleg epiphysis, lateral.

Figures 18–23 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES 18–23. Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov., labial palpus and legs. 18. Labial palpus, lateral. 19. Foreleg, lateral. 20. Mid leg, lateral. 21. Hind leg, lateral. 22. Foreleg tarsus, anterior.23. Foreleg epiphysis, lateral.

Figures 13–17 In Resurgence Of A Forgotten Southern Brazil Endemic Species: Taxonomic Position, Redescription, And Spatio-Temporal Distribution Of Porosagrotis Carolia Schaus, 1929 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Noctuinae)

Fernando M. S. Dias, Alexandre Specht, German San Blas, Mirna M. Casagrande & Olaf H. H. Mielke
FIGURES 13–17. Feltia carolia (Schaus, 1929) comb. nov., labial palpus, thorax and appendages. 13. Labial palpus, lateral. 14. Thorax, dorsal. 15. Forewing, upper side. 16. Male wing coupling. 17. Female wing coupling. Arrows point out frenula, retinacula and patches of enlarged scales.Scale bars:Fig. 13 = 0.5 mm, Fig.14= 2 mm, Fig.15= 5 mm, Figs. 16–17 = 0.5 mm.

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