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FIG. 58 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. 58. — Habitus of Tropidopola cylindrica cylindrica (Marschall, 1836): A, B, female from Tunis, Tunisia, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B); C, D, male from Tunis, Tunisia, dorsal view (C), lateral view (D). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 70 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. 70. — Habitus of Paracinipe saharae (Pictet & Saussure, 1893): A, B, female from Gafsa, Tunisia, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B); C, D, male from Gafsa, Tunisia, dorsal view (C), lateral view (D). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIGURES 1–9 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 1–9. Miltochrista spp., adults. Depositories of specimens: 1 in NZCZSI; 2, 3 and 7 in MWM/ZSM; 4 in NHMUK (©); 5, 6, 8 and 9 in CKC.

FIGURES 1–9 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 1–9. Miltochrista spp., adults. Depositories of specimens: 1 in NZCZSI; 2, 3 and 7 in MWM/ZSM; 4 in NHMUK (©); 5, 6, 8 and 9 in CKC.

FIG. 22 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. 22. — Ptenothrix italica Dallai, 1973. Body size: 1.4 mm, immature.

FIG. 87 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. 87. — Metasternum shape and mesosternal suture: A, Egnatioides coerulans (Krauss, 1893) (female); B, Egnatioides striatus Vosseler, 1902 (female); C, Leptopternis rothschildi Bolívar, 1913 (male); D, Oedipoda miniata mauritanica Lucas, 1849 (female); E, Notopleura pygmaea Vosseler, 1902 (female) (after Vosseler 1902a); F, Notopleura saharica Krauss, 1902 (female). Scale bars: 2 mm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 12 in Diversity, morphological phylogeny, and distribution of bats of the genus Molossus E. Geoffroy, 1805 (Chiroptera, Molossidae) in Brazil

Livia Oliveira Loureiro, Renato Gregorin & Fernando Araujo Perini
FIG. 12. — Geographic range of Molossus rufus (E. Geoffroy, 1805) in Brasil. The numbers represent the localities described in Appendix 1.

FIG. 8. — Enlinia mitarakensis n in Enlinia Aldrich, 1933 of Mitaraka, French Guiana (Diptera: Dolichopodidae)

Justin B. Runyon & Marc Pollet
FIG. 8. — Enlinia mitarakensis n. sp., ♂: A, antenna, lateral view; B, apex of fore tibia and tarsus, ventral view; C, mid trochanter, femur, and tibia, anterior view; D, abdomen and terminalia, right lateral view. Abbreviations: cerc, cerci; S2, abdominal sternite 2. Scale bars: A, 0.1 mm; B, 0.3 mm; C, 0.4 mm; D, 0.5 mm.

FIG. 4. — Enlinia bova n in Enlinia Aldrich, 1933 of Mitaraka, French Guiana (Diptera: Dolichopodidae)

Justin B. Runyon & Marc Pollet
FIG. 4. — Enlinia bova n. sp., ♂: A, antenna, lateral view; B, hind leg from tip of coxa, anterior view; C, fore leg, posterior view; D, tarsomere 1 of fore leg, ventral view (anterior is toward bottom of page); E, tip abdomen and terminalia, right lateral view. Abbreviations: cerc, cerci; S4, abdominal sternite 4. Scale bars: A, D, 0.1 mm; B, C, E, 0.5 mm.

FIG. 37 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. 37. — Habitus of Hyalorrhipis calcarata (Vosseler, 1902): A, B, female from Sudan, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B); C, D, male from Bechar, Algeria, dorsal view (C), lateral view (D). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 74 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. 74. — Habitus of Pyrgomorpha cognata Krauss, 1877: A, B, female from Trarza, Mauritanie, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B); C, D, male from Batna, Algeria, dorsal view (C), lateral view (D). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 89 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. 89. — Hind leg inner side: A, Dericorys albidula Serville, 1838 (female); B, Sphingonotus (Parasphingonotus) radioserratus Johnsen, 1985 (female); C, Calliptamus barbarus barbarus (Costa, 1836) (male); D, Calliptamus wattenwylianus (Pantel, 1896) (male). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIGURE 7. Adeonellopsis macewindui n in New species of Adeonellopsis (Bryozoa: Adeonidae) from southern Zealandia and the western Tasman Sea

Lee Hsiang Liow & Dennis P. Gordon
FIGURE 7. Adeonellopsis macewindui n. sp.: A. En face view of marginal vicarious avicularium with open-channelled rostral tip (NIWA 101582). B. Suboral avicularium with closed mandible (NIWA 142878). C. Suboral avicularium with open mandible (NIWA 142878). D. Branch margin with vicarious avicularium and a proximal series of small aviculiferous cystids (NIWA 101582). E. Ephebic zooids showing accessory frontal adventitious avicularia with varied positions and orientations (some examples arrowed) (NIWA 74801). F. Nested suboral avicularia (NIWA...

FIGURE 16. Adeonellopsis gracilis n in New species of Adeonellopsis (Bryozoa: Adeonidae) from southern Zealandia and the western Tasman Sea

Lee Hsiang Liow & Dennis P. Gordon
FIGURE 16. Adeonellopsis gracilis n. sp. (NIWA 146097): A. Bifurcating stem. B. Autozooids transitioning from neanic to ephebic. C. Ephebic autozooids with spiramen buried in secondary calcification, resulting in only a single outer opening. D. Close-up of peristomial orifice, transversely opposed suboral avicularia and transitioning spiramen. E. elongate-triangular spiramen of neanic autozooid (NIWA 146099). Scalebars: A, 1 mm; B, 200 μm; C, 300 μm; D, 100 μm; E, 50 μm.

FIG. 10 in Diversity, morphological phylogeny, and distribution of bats of the genus Molossus E. Geoffroy, 1805 (Chiroptera, Molossidae) in Brazil

Livia Oliveira Loureiro, Renato Gregorin & Fernando Araujo Perini
FIG. 10. — Molossus rufus (E. Geoffroy, 1805). Photo courtesy of Dr Marco A. R. Mello (https://marcoarmello.wordpress.com).

FIGURE 5 in A new species of cat-eyed snake (Serpentes: Dipsadinae: Leptodeirini) from the Andes of southern Ecuador

Omar Torres-Carvajal, Juan C. Sánchez-Nivicela, Valentina Posse, Elvis Celi & Claudia Koch
FIGURE 5. Known distribution of Leptodeira misinawui (diamonds), L. ornata in western Ecuador (circles), and L. larcorum (triangles). Filled symbols represent specimens sequenced in this study.

FIGURE 6 in A new species of cat-eyed snake (Serpentes: Dipsadinae: Leptodeirini) from the Andes of southern Ecuador

Omar Torres-Carvajal, Juan C. Sánchez-Nivicela, Valentina Posse, Elvis Celi & Claudia Koch
FIGURE 6. Landscape view of Jubones River Basin in southern Ecuador (A), and close-up of the type-locality habitat of Leptodeira misinawui (B). Photographs by S.R. Ron (A) and E. Celi (B).

FIGURE 5 in An Illustrated Key of Pyrgomorphidae (Orthoptera: Caelifera) of the Indian Subcontinent Region

Sundus Zahid, Ricardo Mariño-Pérez, Sardar Azhar Amehmood, Kushi Muhammad & Hojun Song
FIGURE 5. Comparison of hind legs between (A) Chrotogonus and (B) Tenuitarsus.

FIG. 29 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. 29.— Habitus of Acrotylus insubricus insubricus (Scopoli, 1786): A, B, female from Kebili, Tunisia, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B); C, D, male from Gafsa, Tunisia, dorsal view (C), lateral view (D). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 82 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. 82. — Prosternal process: A, Eyprepocnemis plorans plorans (Charpentier, 1825) (female), process present; B, Oedipoda miniata mauritanica Lucas, 1849 (female), process absent. Arrow: prosternal process. Scale bars: 2 mm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 36 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. 36. — Habitus of Hilethera aeolopoides (Uvarov, 1922): A, B, female from Gafsa, Tunisia, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B); C, D, male from Gafsa, Tunisia, dorsal view (C), lateral view (D). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 36 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. 36. — Habitus of Hilethera aeolopoides (Uvarov, 1922): A, B, female from Gafsa, Tunisia, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B); C, D, male from Gafsa, Tunisia, dorsal view (C), lateral view (D). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 61 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. 61. — Habitus of Pamphagulus bodenheimeri dumonti Uvarov, 1929: A, B, male from Tozeur, Tunisia, dorsal view (A), lateral view (B); C, D, Larva from Tozeur, Tunisia, dorsal view (C), lateral view (D). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 82 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. 82. — Prosternal process: A, Eyprepocnemis plorans plorans (Charpentier, 1825) (female), process present; B, Oedipoda miniata mauritanica Lucas, 1849 (female), process absent. Arrow: prosternal process. Scale bars: 2 mm. Photos: H. Tlili.

FIG. 84 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. 84. — Tegminal cubital vein: A, Hilethera aeolopoides (Uvarov, 1922) (male); B, Sphingonotus (Neosphingonotus) finotianus (Saussure, 1885) (female). Scale bars: 1 cm. Photos: H. Tlili.

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