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FIG. 15 in Annotated checklist of the springtails (Hexapoda: Collembola) of the Collo massif, northeastern Algeria

Mohamed Bendjaballah, Abdelmalek Zoughailech, Hayette Brahim-Bounab, Salah Hamra-Kroua, Anne Bedos & Louis Deharveng
FIG. 15. — Proctostephanus sanctiaugustini Cassagnau, 1963. Body size:

FIG. 7 in Overview of Mitaraka survey: research frame, study site and field protocols

Julien Touroult, Marc Pollet & Olivier Pascal
FIG. 7. — Active collecting techniques: A, collecting butterflies with a net; B, sweeping vegetation (NS or SW) with a rugged sweep net; C, beating tray (BS), the vegetation is hit with a stick, which causes the arthropods to fall on the white nape mounted on a frame; D, searching for aquatic larvae with a rugged aquatic net; E, looking for butterfly caterpillars (Riodinidae and Lycaenidae) on liana flowers; F, visual search for reptiles, here...

FIG. 5 in Overview of Mitaraka survey: research frame, study site and field protocols

Julien Touroult, Marc Pollet & Olivier Pascal
FIG. 5. — Passive interception traps: A, windowpane flight intercept trap (FIT) suspended over a fallen tree crown; B, 6 meter Malaise trap (MT) set up over a fallen tree near the Alama river; C, SLAM traps on an inselberg forest edge; D, a buprestid beetle (Buprestidae) trapped in artificial spider web (ASW). Photos: A, B, D, Julien Touroult; C, Stéphane Brûlé.

FIG. 3 in Overview of Mitaraka survey: research frame, study site and field protocols

Julien Touroult, Marc Pollet & Olivier Pascal
FIG. 3. — Illustration of the landscape and main habitat types found in the Mitaraka study area: A, general landscape of the study area, with the drop zone visible in the foreground; B, inselberg "Sommet-en-Cloche" with bare rocks and transition forest; C, mosaic of forests and cambrouses; D, forest interior; E, swamp forest (bas-fond) with Euterpe oleracea Mart palm. Photos: Xavier Desmier, except B, Stéphane Brûlé.

FIG. 4 in Overview of Mitaraka survey: research frame, study site and field protocols

Julien Touroult, Marc Pollet & Olivier Pascal
FIG. 4. — Some of the collecting sites and techniques: A, drop zone forest clearing, with a high amount a freshly cut trees, and scattered SLAM traps; B, clearing, equiped with SLAM traps, automatic light trap and artificial spider web (ASW); C, active net collecting of butterflies on the "Sommet-en-Cloche" inselberg. Photos: A, B, Julien Touroult, C, Stéphane Brûlé.

FIG. 1 in Checklist and taxonomic updates in grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Caelifera) of central and southwestern Tunisia with new records and a key for species identification

Haithem Tlili, Khemais Abdellaoui, Ioana C. Chintauan-Marquier, Manel Ben Chouikha, Abdelhamid Moussi, Mohamed Ammar & Laure Desutter-Grandcolas
FIG. 1. — Maps of inventoried area and localities in central and southwest Tunisia. The following localities have been intensively sampled during a four-year survey: 1, F'his; 2, Mehreza; 3, Sbeitla; 4, Awled Mahfoudh; 5, Metkides; 6, Douwara; 7, Sened; 8, El Guetar; 9, Ben Younes Mountain; 10, Amra; 11, Gouifla; 12, Degache; 13, Souani Ali; 14, Essagui; 15, Rahmet; 16, Chott El Faranig. See Table 1 for locality coordinates.

Amarāvatī, Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh). Detail of an inscription on a slab.

Amarāvatī, Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh). Detail of an inscription on a slab in the British Museum.

FIG. 9 in Review of grapsoid families for the establishment of a new family for Leptograpsodes Montgomery, 1931, and a new genus of Gecarcinidae H. Milne Edwards, 1837 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura, Grapsoidea MacLeay, 1838)

Danièle Guinot, Ngan Kee Ng & Paula A. Rodríguez Moreno
FIG. 9. — Pleon, thoracic sternum and genital region of Varunidae: A-C, Cyclograpsinae: Cyclograpsus punctatus H. Milne Edwards, 1837, ♂ 24.9 × 30.8.0 mm, South Australia, Kangaroo Island, MNHN-IU-2013-14994 (= MNHN-B12561); D-F, Gaeticinae: Gaetice depressus (De Haan, 1835), ♂ 15.7 × 18.0 mm, China, Amoy, MNHN-IU-2013-14990 (= MNHN-B12089); G-I, Heliceinae Sakai, Türkay & Yang, 2006: Helice tridens (De Haan, 1835), ♂ 28.7 × 34.2 mm, Japan, MNHN- IU-2016-10762 (= MNHN-B12098); J-L,Thalassograpsinae: Thalassograpsus harpax (Hilgendorf, 1892),...

FIG. 8 in Review of grapsoid families for the establishment of a new family for Leptograpsodes Montgomery, 1931, and a new genus of Gecarcinidae H. Milne Edwards, 1837 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura, Grapsoidea MacLeay, 1838)

Danièle Guinot, Ngan Kee Ng & Paula A. Rodríguez Moreno
FIG. 8. — Pleon, thoracic sternum and genital region of Grapsoidea: A, D, G, J, M, thoracic sternum (brushed) with pleon; B, E, H, K, N, thoracic sternum (brushed) without pleon; C, F, I, L, O, genital region with gonopore and penis: A-C, Grapsidae: Grapsus grapsus Lamarck, 1801, ♂ 23.8 × 26.9 mm, Antilles, MNHN-IU-2013-10764 (= MNHN-B24641);D-F, Glyptograpsidae: Glyptograpsus jamaicensis (Benedict, 1892), ♂ 32.8 × 37.4 mm, Jamaica, MNHN-IU-2017-8401 (= MNHN-B127715); G-I, Percnidae: Percnon planissimum...

FIG. 9 in Review of grapsoid families for the establishment of a new family for Leptograpsodes Montgomery, 1931, and a new genus of Gecarcinidae H. Milne Edwards, 1837 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura, Grapsoidea MacLeay, 1838)

Danièle Guinot, Ngan Kee Ng & Paula A. Rodríguez Moreno
FIG. 9. — Pleon, thoracic sternum and genital region of Varunidae: A-C, Cyclograpsinae: Cyclograpsus punctatus H. Milne Edwards, 1837, ♂ 24.9 × 30.8.0 mm, South Australia, Kangaroo Island, MNHN-IU-2013-14994 (= MNHN-B12561); D-F, Gaeticinae: Gaetice depressus (De Haan, 1835), ♂ 15.7 × 18.0 mm, China, Amoy, MNHN-IU-2013-14990 (= MNHN-B12089); G-I, Heliceinae Sakai, Türkay & Yang, 2006: Helice tridens (De Haan, 1835), ♂ 28.7 × 34.2 mm, Japan, MNHN- IU-2016-10762 (= MNHN-B12098); J-L,Thalassograpsinae: Thalassograpsus harpax (Hilgendorf, 1892),...

FIG. 14 in Dipterological survey in Mitaraka Massif (French Guiana) reveals megadiverse dolichopodid fauna with an unprecedented species richness in Paraclius Loew, 1864 (Diptera: Dolichopodidae)

Marc Pollet, Maurice Leponce, Olivier Pascal, Julien Touroult & Hans Van Calster
FIG. 14. — Photos of selected Mitaraka Dolichopodidae: A, Chrysotus sp. GF-010, ♂; B, Chrysotus sp. GF-021, ♂; C, Cheiromyia pennaticornis (Parent, 1931), ♂; D, Paraclius sp. GF-005, ♂; E, Pelastoneurus sp. GF-002, ♂; F, Medetera sp. GF-001, ♂. Photos: Florence Trus.

FIG. 2 in Review of grapsoid families for the establishment of a new family for Leptograpsodes Montgomery, 1931, and a new genus of Gecarcinidae H. Milne Edwards, 1837 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura, Grapsoidea MacLeay, 1838)

Danièle Guinot, Ngan Kee Ng & Paula A. Rodríguez Moreno
FIG. 2. — Leptograpsodes octodentatus (H. Milne Edwards, 1837): A-D, neotype, ♂ 17.3 × 20.6 mm, Australia, Tasmania, King Island, TMAG G1033: A, dorsal view; B, ventral view; C, frontal view, with suborbital ridge as pars stridens; D, close-up view of plectrum as whitish ridge on P1 merus (see arrow); E, syntype of L. webhaysi Montgomery, 1931, ovigerous ♀ 27.0 × 34.0 mm, Abrolhos, WAM C71736. Scale bars: 10 mm.

FIG. 11 in Review of grapsoid families for the establishment of a new family for Leptograpsodes Montgomery, 1931, and a new genus of Gecarcinidae H. Milne Edwards, 1837 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura, Grapsoidea MacLeay, 1838)

Danièle Guinot, Ngan Kee Ng & Paula A. Rodríguez Moreno
FIG. 11. — Stridulatory apparatus:A, Discoplax longipes A. Milne-Edwards, 1867, ♀ 32.6 × 37 mm, Loyalty Islands, Lifou, Inegoj Cave, MNHN-IU-2008-11402 (= MNHN-B24815): plectrum as a ridge on cheliped merus (see arrow); B, C, Thalassograpsus harpax (Hilgendorf, 1892), ♂ 5.3 × 5.7 mm, Scattered Islands,MNHN-IU-2013-16120; B, pars stridens consisting of elongated tubercles on suborbital ridge (see arrows); C, plectrum as a thickening (see arrow) on inner edge of cheliped merus. Scale bars: A, 5 mm;...

FIG. 19 in Annotated checklist of the springtails (Hexapoda: Collembola) of the Collo massif, northeastern Algeria

Mohamed Bendjaballah, Abdelmalek Zoughailech, Hayette Brahim-Bounab, Salah Hamra-Kroua, Anne Bedos & Louis Deharveng
FIG. 19. — Heteromurus tetrophthalmus Börner, 1903. Body size: 1.5 mm.

← Fig. 16. Liscocephala gen.n. and Triunfus gen.n. ♀: L. fumosa: A, C: female terminalia. T. carvalhoi: B, D: female terminalia; E, F: female receptaculum seminis and ausenwand. T. incarnatus: G: female receptaculum seminis and ausenwand. Scale bars = 0.5 mm. in Systematics of the Mecocephala group (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) based on a phylogenetic perspective: Inclusion of Hypanthracos, description of three new genera, and redescription of Ogmocoris

Lurdiana D. BARROs, Kim R. Barão & Jocélia Grazia
← Fig. 16. Liscocephala gen.n. and Triunfus gen.n. ♀: L. fumosa: A, C: female terminalia. T. carvalhoi: B, D: female terminalia; E, F: female receptaculum seminis and ausenwand. T. incarnatus: G: female receptaculum seminis and ausenwand. Scale bars = 0.5 mm.

FIGURES 10–13 in Description of a new subspecies of Dodona dipoea Hewitson, [1866] (Lycaenidae Riodininae) from S.W. Chongqing, China

Guo-Xi Xue, Da-Kun Lai & Ru-Yan Xu
FIGURES 10–13. Adults of Dodona dipoea dipoea. 10–12. male. 13. female. A. dorsal side. B. ventral side. Scale bar = 1 cm.

FIGURES 10–13 in Miltochrista jarawa (Lepidoptera, Erebidae, Arctiinae, Lithosiini), a new species from the Andaman Islands, India

Navneet Singh, Anton V. Volynkin, Jagbir Singh Kirti & Harvinder Singh Datta
FIGURES 10–13. Miltochrista spp., male genitalia. Depositories of specimens: 10 in NZCZSI; 11 and 13 in MWM/ZSM; 12 in NHMUK (©).

FIG. 18 in Annotated checklist of the springtails (Hexapoda: Collembola) of the Collo massif, northeastern Algeria

Mohamed Bendjaballah, Abdelmalek Zoughailech, Hayette Brahim-Bounab, Salah Hamra-Kroua, Anne Bedos & Louis Deharveng
FIG. 18. — Heteromurus major (Moniez, 1889). Body size: 2.0 mm.

FIG. 17 in Annotated checklist of the springtails (Hexapoda: Collembola) of the Collo massif, northeastern Algeria

Mohamed Bendjaballah, Abdelmalek Zoughailech, Hayette Brahim-Bounab, Salah Hamra-Kroua, Anne Bedos & Louis Deharveng
FIG. 17. — Tetracanthella pilosa Schött, 1891. Body size: 0.9 mm.

FIG. 14 in Checklist and taxonomic updates in grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Caelifera) of central and southwestern Tunisia with new records and a key for species identification

Haithem Tlili, Khemais Abdellaoui, Ioana C. Chintauan-Marquier, Manel Ben Chouikha, Abdelhamid Moussi, Mohamed Ammar & Laure Desutter-Grandcolas
FIG. 14. — Habitus of Egnatioides coerulans (Krauss, 1893): A, B, female from Gafsa, Tunisia, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 65 in Checklist and taxonomic updates in grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Caelifera) of central and southwestern Tunisia with new records and a key for species identification

Haithem Tlili, Khemais Abdellaoui, Ioana C. Chintauan-Marquier, Manel Ben Chouikha, Abdelhamid Moussi, Mohamed Ammar & Laure Desutter-Grandcolas
FIG. 65. — Habitus of Finotia spinicollis Bonnet, 1884: A, B, female type from Sfax, Tunisia, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B); C, D, male from Sfax, Tunisia, dorsal view (C), lateral view (D). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: S. Poulin.

FIG. 65 in Checklist and taxonomic updates in grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Caelifera) of central and southwestern Tunisia with new records and a key for species identification

Haithem Tlili, Khemais Abdellaoui, Ioana C. Chintauan-Marquier, Manel Ben Chouikha, Abdelhamid Moussi, Mohamed Ammar & Laure Desutter-Grandcolas
FIG. 65. — Habitus of Finotia spinicollis Bonnet, 1884: A, B, female type from Sfax, Tunisia, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B); C, D, male from Sfax, Tunisia, dorsal view (C), lateral view (D). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: S. Poulin.

FIG. 95 in Checklist and taxonomic updates in grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Caelifera) of central and southwestern Tunisia with new records and a key for species identification

Haithem Tlili, Khemais Abdellaoui, Ioana C. Chintauan-Marquier, Manel Ben Chouikha, Abdelhamid Moussi, Mohamed Ammar & Laure Desutter-Grandcolas
FIG. 95. — Apex of male abdomen: A, Calliptamus barbarus barbarus (Costa, 1836), dorsal view; B, Heteracris adspersa adspersa (Redtenbacher, 1889), lateral view. Scale bars: 1 mm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 11 in Annotated checklist of the springtails (Hexapoda: Collembola) of the Collo massif, northeastern Algeria

Mohamed Bendjaballah, Abdelmalek Zoughailech, Hayette Brahim-Bounab, Salah Hamra-Kroua, Anne Bedos & Louis Deharveng
FIG. 11. — Micranurida candida Cassagnau, 1952. Body size: 0.4 mm.

FIG. 12 in Annotated checklist of the springtails (Hexapoda: Collembola) of the Collo massif, northeastern Algeria

Mohamed Bendjaballah, Abdelmalek Zoughailech, Hayette Brahim-Bounab, Salah Hamra-Kroua, Anne Bedos & Louis Deharveng
FIG. 12. — Isotomiella minor (Schäffer, 1896). Body size: 0.7 mm.

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