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FIG. 83 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. 83. — Shape of prosternal process: A, prosternum process of Euryparyphes sitifensis (Brisout de Barneville, 1854) (female) with two pointed tubercles;

FIG. 93 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. 93. — Male subgenital plate, lateral view: A, Acinipe algeriensis Descamps & Mounassif, 1972; B, Paracinipe foreli (Pictet & Saussure, 1893). Scale bars: 5 mm. Photos: H. Tlili.

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. 3. — Enlinia loboptera n in Enlinia Aldrich, 1933 of Mitaraka, French Guiana (Diptera: Dolichopodidae)

Justin B. Runyon & Marc Pollet
FIG. 3. — Enlinia loboptera n. sp., ♂ wing. Scale bar: 0.5 mm.

FIG. 1. — Enlinia loboptera n in Enlinia Aldrich, 1933 of Mitaraka, French Guiana (Diptera: Dolichopodidae)

Justin B. Runyon & Marc Pollet
FIG. 1. — Enlinia loboptera n. sp., ♂: A, fore tibia and tarsus, dorsal view; B, apex of fore tibia and tarsomere 1, ventral view; C, mid tibia and tarsomere 1, dorsal view; D, apex of mid femur, tibia, and tarsomere 1, anterior view; E, tip of abdomen and terminalia, left lateral view. Abbreviations: cerc, cerci; S4, abdominal sternite 4. Scale bars: A, C-E, 0.5 mm; B, 0.1 mm.

FIGURE 2 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 2. Male holotype (MZUA-RE 0253) and female paratype (MZUA-RE 0252) of Leptodeira misinawui sp. nov. in preservative. Dorsal (A) and ventral (B) views of body, and dorsal, ventral and lateral views of head (C) of the holotype. Dorsal (D) and ventral (E) views of body, and dorsal, ventral and lateral views of head (F) of the paratype. Photographs by J.C. Sánchez. Scale bar (C, F) = 10 mm.

FIGURE 7 in Two new species of Colombian Epigomphus (Odonata: Gomphidae)

Cornelio Andrés Bota-Sierra & Rodolfo Novelo-Gutiérrez
FIGURE 7. Epigomphus brillantina: male paratype dorsal view of head; male holotype: b, lateral view of S2; c, ventral view of S2. a. h.: anterior hamuli; a. l.: anterior lamina; cor: cornua; hrn: horns; l. l. p.: lateral lobe slender projection; p. h.: posterior hamuli; prep: prepuce; s1: first segment of vesica spermalis; s3: third segment of vesica spermalis.

FIGURES 11–12 in The structure and musculature of male terminalia in the Palaearctic and Indo- Australian species of the eupitheciine genera Eupithecia Curtis, Gymnoscelis Mabille, and Pasiphila Meyrick (Lepidoptera: Geometridae: Larentiinae)

Olga Schmidt
FIGURES 11–12. Pasiphila rectangulata, male genitalia and muscles: 11. Armature (left valva partly removed, proximal part of the muscles m2(10) not shown). 12. Aedeagus.

FIGURES 5–6 in The structure and musculature of male terminalia in the Palaearctic and Indo- Australian species of the eupitheciine genera Eupithecia Curtis, Gymnoscelis Mabille, and Pasiphila Meyrick (Lepidoptera: Geometridae: Larentiinae)

Olga Schmidt
FIGURES 5–6. Gymnoscelis confusata, male genitalia and muscles: 5. Armature (parts of the muscles m2(10) on the left side, m6(5) on the right side, and distal part of coremata not shown). 6. Aedeagus.

FIG. 6 in Brentidae Acratini du massif du Mitaraka, en Guyane: une synthèse des données (Insecta, Coleoptera, Curculionoidea)

Antoine Mantilleri
FIG. 6. — Genitalia mâles (de gauche à droite: pénis, tegmen et sternites VIII-IX): A-C, Neacratus viridis n. sp., paratype EC8320, prép. micro. n°AM00401, de Guyane; D-F, Neacratus viridis n. sp., prép. micro. n°AM00400, de Tefé au Brésil. Échelle: 1 mm.

FIG. 6 in Brentidae Acratini du massif du Mitaraka, en Guyane: une synthèse des données (Insecta, Coleoptera, Curculionoidea)

Antoine Mantilleri
FIG. 6. — Genitalia mâles (de gauche à droite: pénis, tegmen et sternites VIII-IX): A-C, Neacratus viridis n. sp., paratype EC8320, prép. micro. n°AM00401, de Guyane; D-F, Neacratus viridis n. sp., prép. micro. n°AM00400, de Tefé au Brésil. Échelle: 1 mm.

FIGURE 4 in Two new species of Colombian Epigomphus (Odonata: Gomphidae)

Cornelio Andrés Bota-Sierra & Rodolfo Novelo-Gutiérrez
FIGURE 4. Epigomphus rufus male paratype abdomen: caudal appendages: a, lateral view; c, dorsal view. b, S2 lateral view; d, S2 ventral view. a. h.: anterior hamuli; a. l.: anterior lamina; a. t.: apical tooth; p. h.: posterior hamuli; s1: first segment of vesica spermalis; sa. t.: subapical tooth.

FIGURE 1 in A Baltic amber species of the diving beetle genus Coptotomus Say, 1830 (Coleoptera Dytiscidae: Coptotominae)

Lars Hendrich & Michael Balke
FIGURE 1. † Coptotomus balticus sp. n., male, holotype: A) habitus (dorsal side); B) habitus ventral side, scale bar = 1 mm; C) Pro- and mesotarsus, and apical palpomere of both the maxillary and labial palps distinctly bifid (red arrows); D) Metatarsomeres 1 to 4 with externoapical angles lobed.

FIG. 3. — Neacratus viridis n in Brentidae Acratini du massif du Mitaraka, en Guyane: une synthèse des données (Insecta, Coleoptera, Curculionoidea)

Antoine Mantilleri
FIG. 3. — Neacratus viridis n. sp., détails morphologiques: A-H, ♂:A-C, tête vue dorsale (A), vue latérale gauche (B), vue ventrale (C); D, antenne droite; E, F, apex de l'élytre gauche vue dorsale (E), vue latérale (F); G, patte postérieure gauche, vue latérale; H, sternites III-VII, vue ventrale; I-P, ♀: I-K, tête, vue dorsale (I), vue latérale gauche (J), vue ventrale (K); L, antenne droite; M-N, apex de l'élytre gauche, vue dorsale (M), vue latérale...

C in A new species of the genus Cryptotendipes Beck et Beck, 1969 (Diptera Chironomidae) from India, with a world key to the males and tentative phylogenetic relationship

Bindarika Mukherjee, Tuhar Mukherjee & Niladri Hazra
C. mongoljekeus (Sasa et Suzuki, 1997)

FIGURES 3A–B in A new species of the genus Cryptotendipes Beck et Beck, 1969 (Diptera Chironomidae) from India, with a world key to the males and tentative phylogenetic relationship

Bindarika Mukherjee, Tuhar Mukherjee & Niladri Hazra
FIGURES 3A–B. Adult male Cryptotendipes disparilis Pal et Hazra, 2018. A. Hypopygium (photograph), B. Hypopygium, scale. 0.01mm.

FIGURES 12–17. 12–14 in Revision of the subgenus Stigmatophorella of Chalcophorella (Coleoptera: Buprestidae: Chrysochroinae)

David Frank
FIGURES 12–17. 12–14—Chalcophorella (Stigmatophorella) bagdadensis quadrimaculata (Redtenbacher, 1850) (lectotype, ♀ 33.50 mm). 15—C. (S.) bagdadensis freyi Obenberger, 1942 (paralectotype (NMPC), ♁ 25.50 mm) = C. (S.) bagdadensis quadrimaculata. 16–17—C. (S.) bagdadensis berhauti Mandl & Pochon, 1957 (holotype, ♀ 29.00 mm) = C. (S.) bagdadensis quadrimaculata. 12, 15, 16—dorsal view; 13—ventral view; 14—lateral view; 17—labels.

FIGURES 41–48 in Revision of the subgenus Stigmatophorella of Chalcophorella (Coleoptera: Buprestidae: Chrysochroinae)

David Frank
FIGURES 41–48. Chalcophorella (Stigmatophorella), male genitalia. 41—Chalcophorella (Stigmatophorella) bagdadensis bagdadensis (Laporte de Castelnau & Gory, 1837) (lectotype) © MNHN; 42—C. (S.) bagdadensis aureoscripta Mandl & Pochon, 1957 (holotype) = C. (S.) bagdadensis bagdadensis; 43—C. (S.) bagdadensis freyi Obenberger, 1942 (paralectotype (NMPC)) = C. (S.) bagdadensis quadrimaculata (Redtenbacher, 1850); 44—C. (S.) bagdadensis wandalii subsp. nov. (holotype); 45—C. (S.) escalerae (Abeille de Perrin, 1904) (lectotype); 46—C. (S.) orientalis Obenberger, 1924 (Pakistan (DFPC)); 47—C. (S.) quadrioculata (Kollar, 1843)...

FIGURES 34–40. 34–36, 39 in Revision of the subgenus Stigmatophorella of Chalcophorella (Coleoptera: Buprestidae: Chrysochroinae)

David Frank
FIGURES 34–40. 34–36, 39—Chalcophorella (Stigmatophorella) quadrioculata (Kollar, 1843) (lectotype, ♀ 28.25 mm). 37, 40—C. (S.) quadrioculata akbesiana Cobos 1957 (holotype, ♁ 23.75 mm) = C. (S.) quadrioculata. 38—C. (S.) quadrioculata (Turkey (DFPC), ♁ 24.25 mm). 34, 37, 38—dorsal view; 35—ventral view; 36—lateral view; 39, 40—labels.

Fig. 1 in Scutelleridae

Aline Barcellos, Jr. Joseph Eger &
Fig. 1. Pachycoris torridus (Scopoli) by T. Aguzzoli.

Fig. 1 in Scutelleridae

Aline Barcellos, Jr. Joseph Eger &
Fig. 1. Pachycoris torridus (Scopoli) by T. Aguzzoli.

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Aline Barcellos, Jr. Joseph Eger &
Fig. 4. Tetyra sp. by T. Aguzzoli

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