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musculature of the labrum, labium, and pharyngeal region of adult and immature Coleoptera ...
Carl Kester Dorsey
|Statement||by Carl Kester Dorsey.|
|Series||Smithsonian miscellaneous collections,, v. 103, no. 7|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .S7 vol. 103, no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 42 p.|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||45008376|
Labrum (Fig. 7B,D). Divided from head capsule by thin fold. Musculature similar to first instar. Antenna (Figs. 7B,D and 9). Similar to first instar, but M 4 (M. tentorioscapalis medialis) well developed, O: anterior tentorial arm, I: base of antennomere I. Mandible, maxillae, labium, epipharynx, hypopharynx and pharynx (Figs. 7B,D and 9 Cited by: The musculature of the labrum, labium and pharyngeal region of adult and immature Coleoptera Dorsey, Dorsey Anatomy and histology of the full‐grown larva of Ctenicera aeripennis destructor (Brown) (Coleoptera: Elateridae).
Carl Kester Dorsey has written: 'The musculature of the labrum, labium and pharyngeal regions of adult and immature Coleoptera' -- subject- s -: Insects, Anatomy, Muscles, Beetles 'The musculature. Insect morphology is the study and description of the physical form of terminology used to describe insects is similar to that used for other arthropods due to their shared evolutionary history. Three physical features separate insects from other arthropods: they have a body divided into three regions (head, thorax, and abdomen), have three pairs of legs, and mouthparts located.
Full text of "An illustrated synopsis of the principal larval forms of the order Coleoptera" See other formats. The rectangular labrum (Plate 1F) has an anterior margin with two paramedial dentiform projections, flanked each side by two more short and blunt projections (six, in all) and six setae on the anterior (not apical) surface. The labrum, in fact, in form and setation, Cited by:
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The musculature of the labrum, labium and pharyngeal regions of adult and immature Coleoptera By Carl Kester Dorsey Topics: Morphology, EntomologyAuthor: Carl Kester Dorsey. observed in maxillary musculature. In the adult one additional antennal muscle was found and one in the labium.
The labrum and mandibles showed similar musculature in both cases, however some variation was observed in pharyngeal-cibarial muscles. A discussion of the correspondence in musculature between E.
segmenta and other known Meloidae is. The musculature of the labrum, labium and pharyngeal region of adult and immature Coleoptera C. Dorsey The musculature of the head and mouth parts of the larva of. The musculature of the pharyngeal region is the strongest affected by reductions: five dilator muscles of the prepharyngeal and pharyngeal tube are absent in Coniopteryx, while they are present in Author: F.
Miller. Morphology of the head capsule and mouth parts ofHeliocopris bucephalus fabre (coleoptera, polyphaga, scarabæoidea, scarabæidæ, coprinæ) Authors; Authors and affiliations; P. Mathur; “The musculature of the labrum, labium and pharyngeal region of adult and immature Coleoptera, “The head capsule of Coleoptera, Author: P.
Mathur, Narain Khattar, V. Mathur. A BIBLIOGRAPHIC COMPILATION ON THE IMMATURE STAGES OF HYDROPHILOIDEA (INSECTA: COLEOPTERA) By Miguel Archangelsky The musculature of the labium, and pharyngeal region of adult and immature Coleoptera.
(), A contribution to the bibliography of the described immature stages of North America Coleoptera. Washington, pp. WAILES. The adults of the genus Stenus Latr. possess a labium which is modified to an apparatus for stick-capture.
This labium is protruded in consequence of increasing blood pressure while catching their prey, especially Collembola, and is drawn back by the help of retractor muscles.
Morphology and function of this apparatus are by: The Insect mouth consists of a number of parts which, starting from the foremost, are called 1) The Labrum, 2) The Mandibles, 3) The maxillae, 4) The Labium, 5) The Hypopharynx or tongue. The Labrum is normally a simply structure that is equivalent to the insect's upper lip and is generally moveable, it articulates with the clypeus by means of.
The musculature of the labrum, labium, and pharyngeal region of adult and immature Coleoptera. Smithsonian Misc. Coll. Coleoptera, Psephenidae; the immature stages of For permissions information, contact the Illinois Natural History Survey.
Staff Intranet. M. sylvatica does not have muscles of labium or labrum, while there are six pairs of these in O.
cincta and at least six pairs in T. plumbeus. sylvatica has only one pair of dorsal dilators of the oesophagus and no dorsal dilators of the pharynx, which is fewer than in larger collembolans O.
cincta (13), T. plumbeus (15).Author: Irina V. Panina, Mikhail B. Potapov, Mikhail B. Potapov, Alexey A. Polilov. Smithsonian Institution: The musculature of the labrum, labium, and pharyngeal region of adult and immature Coleoptera / (Washington, D.C.: The Smithsonian institution, ), also by Carl Kester Dorsey (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
Evans, M. The fronto-clypeal region and the stomodeum in Coleoptera. Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London (A) – Evans, M. An interpretation of gular size in some adult Coleoptera.
Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London – Evans, M. If Micromalthus belongs to the oldest suborder of Coleoptera (Lawrence, ), a profound knowledge of the morphology of its immature stages is important for understanding the evolution of heless, little information on micromalthid, cupedid and ommatid larvae is presently available.
Larvae of species of Tetraphalerinae, Crowsoniellidae and several genera of Cupedidae are. The labrum is a flap-like structure that lies immediately in front of the mouth in almost all extant most conspicuous exceptions are the Pycnogonida, which probably are entomology, the labrum amounts to the "upper lip" of an insect mouth, the corresponding "lower lip" being the labium.
The evolutionary origin, embryogenesis and morphological. The mouthparts enclose a pre-oral cavity, adjacent to the actual mouth and the duct opening of the salivary glands. The pre-oral cavity is closed above by the labrum, which is fused with the epistoma basally, or with the roof of the apex of the rostrum, presumably formed by the reduced fronto-clypeal region of the by: 4.Comparing Asian Gypsy Moth [ Lymantria dispar asiatica (Lepidoptera: Erebidae) and L.
dispar japonica ] Trap Data From East Asian Ports With Lab Parameterized Phenology Models: New Tools and Questions.Full text of "Smithsonian miscellaneous collections" See other formats.