FIGURE 8 in Systematics of reptile-associated scale mites of the genus Pterygosoma (Acariformes: Pterygosomatidae) derived from external morphology
Contributors: Fajfer, Monika
... FIGURE 8. One of the 2 optimal cophylogenetic scenarios between the pterygosomatid genera and their hosts' tree from Jane 4.0 (2 cospeciation, 4 duplication, 5 duplication with host switches, 1 loss, and 0 failure to diverge events; total cost=15). Black and grey lines represent hosts and their mites, respectively; the numbers below the nodes are support values (i.e. the percentages of solutions in which a specific event of the parasite trees is mapped to a given location on the host tree).
FIGURE 8. Calvariopsis gen. nov., group I in Calvariopsis gen. nov., a new genus of Neotropical Scirtidae (Coleoptera: Scirtoidea)
Contributors: Ruta, Rafał
... FIGURE 8. Calvariopsis gen. nov., group I (A, C, E–F) and group II (B, D), females, apical portion of elytra, excitators. A) C. pittieri; B) C. brasiliense, an arrow indicates patch of modified setae; C) C. sp., Colombia, Gorgona Island; D) C. sp., Ecuador, an arrow indicates patch of modified setae; E) C. sp., Paraguay; F) C. sp., Peru.
FIGURE 1 in Revision of the flightless click-beetle genus Neodima Schimmel & Platia (Elateridae: Dimini) endemic to China, with comments on its systematic position
Contributors: Kundrata, Robin, Sormova, Eliska, Qiu, Lu, Prosvirov, Alexander S.
... FIGURE 1. Habitus of Neodima species. Neodima sichuanensis Schimmel & Platia, 1992, paratype, male. (A) dorsal view. (B) ventral view; (C) lateral view. Neodima cechovskyi Schimmel, 1998, holotype, female. (D) dorsal view. (E) ventral view. (F) lateral view. Scale bars = 1.0 mm (A–C), 2.0 mm (D–F).
FIGURE 5 in Cobitis xui, a new species of spined loach (Teleostei: Cobitidae) from the Pearl River drainage in southern China
Contributors: Tan, Xi-Chang, Li, Peng, Wu, Tie-Jun, Yang, Jian
... FIGURE 5. Cobitis xui sp. nov. a, subdorsal scales; b, suborbital spine (left side); c and d, lamina circularis in the pectoral fin of male.
FIGURE 4 in Ypsolopha rhinolophi sp. nov. (Lepidoptera: Ypsolophidae), a new species from Portugal and France unveiled by bats
Contributors: Corley, Martin, Ferreira, Sónia, Mata, Vanessa A.
... FIGURE 4. Ypsolopha rhinolophi Corley sp. nov., known distribution.
FIGURE 5 in Two new species of treefrog (Pelodrydidae: Litoria) from southern New Guinea elucidated by DNA barcoding
Contributors: Oliver, Paul M., Richards, Stephen J., Donnellan, Stephen C.
... FIGURE 5. Holotype of Litoria vivissimia sp. nov. SAMA R71127 in preservative. Scale bar 10 mm. Photographs by Peter Waddington, Queensland Museum.
Fannia Robineau-Desvoidy (Diptera: Fanniidae) of Colombia: new species, identification key and updated checklist
Contributors: Durango, Yesica, Ramírez-Mora, Manuel
... Durango, Yesica, Ramírez-Mora, Manuel (2019): Fannia Robineau-Desvoidy (Diptera: Fanniidae) of Colombia: new species, identification key and updated checklist. Zootaxa 4604 (2): 301-325, DOI: https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4604.2.4
FIGURE 3 in New species of grasshopper genus Aptoceras Bruner, 1908 (Orthoptera, Acrididae, Ommatolampidinae, Ommtolampidiini) from Iguaçu National Park (Southern Brazil), including a taxonomic key and distribution data
Contributors: Costa, Maria Kátia Matiotti Da, Prasniewski, Victor Mateus, Fianco, Marcos, Macarini, Leanna Camila, Borille, Maria Vitória Alves, Lima, Jéssica Ricci De, Egli, Sara Guilhermina Schmidt, Martins, Fernando De Farias, Zefa, Edison, Szinwelski, Neucir
... FIGURE 3. (A) Aptoceras iguassuensis n. sp., female, lateral view; (B) A. iguassuensis n. sp., female, dorsal view; (C) Head and pronotum of female, dorsal view (D) Head and pronotum of female, lateral view; (E) Head of female, frontal view; (F) Ovipositor valves, lateral, view; (G). Ovipositor valves, dorsal, view.
Two new records of the Family Celaenopsidae (Acari: Mesostigmata) from China, with description of a new species
Contributors: Xu, Yun, Li, Xiang, Zhang, Fei-Ping
... Xu, Yun, Li, Xiang, Zhang, Fei-Ping (2019): Two new records of the Family Celaenopsidae (Acari: Mesostigmata) from China, with description of a new species. Zootaxa 4604 (2): 326-334, DOI: https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4604.2.5
Figure 5. Development pathways since 1970 in Summary for policymakers of the global assessment report on biodiversity and ecosystem services - unedited advance version
Contributors: Díaz, Sandra, Settele, Josef, Brondízio, Eduardo, Ngo, Hien T., Guèze, Maximilien, Agard, John, Arneth, Almut, Balvanera, Patricia, Brauman, Kate, Butchart, Stuart
... Figure 5. Development pathways since 1970 for selected key indicators of human-environment interactions, which show a large increase in the scale of global economic growth and its impacts on nature, with strong contrasts across developed, developing, and least developed countries. Countries are classified according to the UN World Economic Situation and Prospects (www.un.org). Global gross domestic product has risen 4-fold in real terms with the vast majority of growth occurring in developed and developing countries (A). Extraction of living biomass (e.g. crops, fisheries) to meet the demand for domestic consumption and for export is highest in developing countries and rising rapidly (B). Material consumption per capita within each country (from imports and domestic production), however, is highest in developed countries (C). Overall protection of Key Biodiversity