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Bhojpur, Madhya Pradesh. Hero-stone outside main temple.

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Bhojpur, Madhya Pradesh. Hero-stone outside main temple.

Bhojpur, Madhya Pradesh. Hero-stone outside main temple.

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Bhojpur, Madhya Pradesh. Hero-stone outside main temple.

FIGURES 12–13. Example habitats for D in Rediscovery of Dixa repanda Peters and description of its putative sister species, Dixa falcata sp. nov., from the south-central United States (Diptera: Dixidae)

John K. Moulton
FIGURES 12–13. Example habitats for D. falcata sp. nov. and D. repanda Peters. 12, Fowler Spring Branch, Powell, TN. 13, Black Bridge Spring, NNE of Balltown, IA.

FIGURES 12–13. Example habitats for D in Rediscovery of Dixa repanda Peters and description of its putative sister species, Dixa falcata sp. nov., from the south-central United States (Diptera: Dixidae)

John K. Moulton
FIGURES 12–13. Example habitats for D. falcata sp. nov. and D. repanda Peters. 12, Fowler Spring Branch, Powell, TN. 13, Black Bridge Spring, NNE of Balltown, IA.

FIGURES 5–11. Male terminalia. 5–6, lateral view. 5 in Rediscovery of Dixa repanda Peters and description of its putative sister species, Dixa falcata sp. nov., from the south-central United States (Diptera: Dixidae)

John K. Moulton
FIGURES 5–11. Male terminalia. 5–6, lateral view. 5, Dixa falcata sp. nov. 6, D. repanda. 7–8, ventral view. 7, Dixa falcata sp. nov. 8, D. repanda. 9–10, terminal view. 9, Dixa falcata sp. nov. 10, D. repanda. 11, D. falcata sp. nov., dorsal view. The red arrow in Fig. 11 denotes the reduced cercus. Scale bar = 50 µm.

FIGURES 5–11. Male terminalia. 5–6, lateral view. 5 in Rediscovery of Dixa repanda Peters and description of its putative sister species, Dixa falcata sp. nov., from the south-central United States (Diptera: Dixidae)

John K. Moulton
FIGURES 5–11. Male terminalia. 5–6, lateral view. 5, Dixa falcata sp. nov. 6, D. repanda. 7–8, ventral view. 7, Dixa falcata sp. nov. 8, D. repanda. 9–10, terminal view. 9, Dixa falcata sp. nov. 10, D. repanda. 11, D. falcata sp. nov., dorsal view. The red arrow in Fig. 11 denotes the reduced cercus. Scale bar = 50 µm.

FIGURES 3–4 in Rediscovery of Dixa repanda Peters and description of its putative sister species, Dixa falcata sp. nov., from the south-central United States (Diptera: Dixidae)

John K. Moulton
FIGURES 3–4. Male terminalia, illustrated in lateral view. 3, D. falcata sp. nov. 4, D. repanda. Scale bar = 50 µm.

FIGURES 3–4 in Rediscovery of Dixa repanda Peters and description of its putative sister species, Dixa falcata sp. nov., from the south-central United States (Diptera: Dixidae)

John K. Moulton
FIGURES 3–4. Male terminalia, illustrated in lateral view. 3, D. falcata sp. nov. 4, D. repanda. Scale bar = 50 µm.

FIGURES 1–2. Dorsal habitus. 1 in Rediscovery of Dixa repanda Peters and description of its putative sister species, Dixa falcata sp. nov., from the south-central United States (Diptera: Dixidae)

John K. Moulton
FIGURES 1–2. Dorsal habitus. 1, Dixa falcata sp. nov., ♂. 2, D. falcata sp. nov., ♀. Scale bar = 1 mm.

FIGURES 1–2. Dorsal habitus. 1 in Rediscovery of Dixa repanda Peters and description of its putative sister species, Dixa falcata sp. nov., from the south-central United States (Diptera: Dixidae)

John K. Moulton
FIGURES 1–2. Dorsal habitus. 1, Dixa falcata sp. nov., ♂. 2, D. falcata sp. nov., ♀. Scale bar = 1 mm.

Mandu (मांडू), Dhār district, Madhya Pradesh. Jami.

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Mandu (मांडू), Dhār district, Madhya Pradesh. Cami avlusu. Jami courtyard.

Mandu (मांडू), Dhār district, Madhya Pradesh. Jami.

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Mandu (मांडू), Dhār district, Madhya Pradesh. Cami avlusu. Jami courtyard.

FIGURE 2 in An annotated checklist of the chondrichthyans of Papua New Guinea

William T. White & Alfred Ko'Ou
FIGURE 2. Number of museum specimen lots from PNG waters per 5-yearly intervals between 1820 and the present. All museum collections combined; grey bars dnote existing lots; red bars denote lost or destroyed lots.

FIGURE 2 in An annotated checklist of the chondrichthyans of Papua New Guinea

William T. White & Alfred Ko'Ou
FIGURE 2. Number of museum specimen lots from PNG waters per 5-yearly intervals between 1820 and the present. All museum collections combined; grey bars dnote existing lots; red bars denote lost or destroyed lots.

FIGURE 1 in An annotated checklist of the chondrichthyans of Papua New Guinea

William T. White & Alfred Ko'Ou
FIGURE 1. The current location of the KFRS collection in the biological sciences area of the University of PNG.

FIGURE 1 in An annotated checklist of the chondrichthyans of Papua New Guinea

William T. White & Alfred Ko'Ou
FIGURE 1. The current location of the KFRS collection in the biological sciences area of the University of PNG.

FIGURE 17 in Taxonomic study of the genus Evergestis Hübner, 1825 (Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Glaphyriinae) in Iran with description of a new species

Helen Alipanah, Masoumeh Khodadad, Hossein Rajaei & Mohammad Haseli
FIGURE 17. Evergestis pazukii sp. n. A–B) Head in frontal (A) and lateral (B) views, Holotype. C–G) Male genitalia, Paratype. C: anterior end including juxta and vinculum. D: main body and phallus. E: posterior end including uncus and gnathos in ventral view. F: middle part of the valva in ventral view. G: distal end of phallus (the upper and lower arrows indicate regular and irregular clusters of cornuti, respectively). H–K) Female genitalia, Paratype. H: main...

FIGURE 17 in Taxonomic study of the genus Evergestis Hübner, 1825 (Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Glaphyriinae) in Iran with description of a new species

Helen Alipanah, Masoumeh Khodadad, Hossein Rajaei & Mohammad Haseli
FIGURE 17. Evergestis pazukii sp. n. A–B) Head in frontal (A) and lateral (B) views, Holotype. C–G) Male genitalia, Paratype. C: anterior end including juxta and vinculum. D: main body and phallus. E: posterior end including uncus and gnathos in ventral view. F: middle part of the valva in ventral view. G: distal end of phallus (the upper and lower arrows indicate regular and irregular clusters of cornuti, respectively). H–K) Female genitalia, Paratype. H: main...

FIGURE 16 in Taxonomic study of the genus Evergestis Hübner, 1825 (Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Glaphyriinae) in Iran with description of a new species

Helen Alipanah, Masoumeh Khodadad, Hossein Rajaei & Mohammad Haseli
FIGURE 16. Evergestis pazukii sp. n. A–B) Adult male, Holotype. C–D) Adult female, Paratype. A, C: upperside. B, D: underside.

FIGURE 16 in Taxonomic study of the genus Evergestis Hübner, 1825 (Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Glaphyriinae) in Iran with description of a new species

Helen Alipanah, Masoumeh Khodadad, Hossein Rajaei & Mohammad Haseli
FIGURE 16. Evergestis pazukii sp. n. A–B) Adult male, Holotype. C–D) Adult female, Paratype. A, C: upperside. B, D: underside.

FIGURE 15. Evergestis nomadalis. A–C in Taxonomic study of the genus Evergestis Hübner, 1825 (Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Glaphyriinae) in Iran with description of a new species

Helen Alipanah, Masoumeh Khodadad, Hossein Rajaei & Mohammad Haseli
FIGURE 15. Evergestis nomadalis. A–C) Adult female. A: upperside. B: underside. C: head, in lateral view. D–I) Female genitalia. D: apophyses posteriores. E: main body in lateral view. F, G: colliculum and posterior end of ductus bursae. E: signum. F: corpus bursae and anterior end of ductus bursae dorso-ventrally.

FIGURE 15. Evergestis nomadalis. A–C in Taxonomic study of the genus Evergestis Hübner, 1825 (Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Glaphyriinae) in Iran with description of a new species

Helen Alipanah, Masoumeh Khodadad, Hossein Rajaei & Mohammad Haseli
FIGURE 15. Evergestis nomadalis. A–C) Adult female. A: upperside. B: underside. C: head, in lateral view. D–I) Female genitalia. D: apophyses posteriores. E: main body in lateral view. F, G: colliculum and posterior end of ductus bursae. E: signum. F: corpus bursae and anterior end of ductus bursae dorso-ventrally.

FIGURE 14. Evergestis hyrcanalis male genitalia. A in Taxonomic study of the genus Evergestis Hübner, 1825 (Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Glaphyriinae) in Iran with description of a new species

Helen Alipanah, Masoumeh Khodadad, Hossein Rajaei & Mohammad Haseli
FIGURE 14. Evergestis hyrcanalis male genitalia. A) Main body and phallus. B) Anterior end including juxta and vinculum. C) Distal end of phallus. D) Posterior end including uncus and gnathos in ventral view. E) Uncus in lateral view. F) Gnathos in lateral view.

FIGURE 14. Evergestis hyrcanalis male genitalia. A in Taxonomic study of the genus Evergestis Hübner, 1825 (Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Glaphyriinae) in Iran with description of a new species

Helen Alipanah, Masoumeh Khodadad, Hossein Rajaei & Mohammad Haseli
FIGURE 14. Evergestis hyrcanalis male genitalia. A) Main body and phallus. B) Anterior end including juxta and vinculum. C) Distal end of phallus. D) Posterior end including uncus and gnathos in ventral view. E) Uncus in lateral view. F) Gnathos in lateral view.

FIGURE 13. Evergestis hyrcanalis. A–B in Taxonomic study of the genus Evergestis Hübner, 1825 (Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Glaphyriinae) in Iran with description of a new species

Helen Alipanah, Masoumeh Khodadad, Hossein Rajaei & Mohammad Haseli
FIGURE 13. Evergestis hyrcanalis. A–B) Adult female. C–D) Adult male. A, C: upperside. B, D: underside.

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