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Fig. 14. Dinelytron leukommatos sp. nov. _ holotype. A) habitus, dorsal view; B) head, antenna, and pronotum, dorsal view; C) head, frontal view; D) scheme of clypeuslabrum from figure C; E) tegmina, dorsal view.
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Fig. 19. Dinelytron museunacional sp. nov. _ holotype genitalia.A) dorsal view; B) scheme of figure A. Note: all the type material was lost during the burning of the MNRJ.
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Fig. 24. Dinelytron trimaculatus sp. nov. _ holotype abdominal structures. A) sterna 6-9 (subgenital plate); B) vomer, ventral view. Note: all the type material was lost during the burning of the MNRJ.
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Fig. 30. Prisopoides atrobrunneus sp. nov. _ holotype genitalia. A) dorsal view; B) scheme of Figure A.
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Fig. 34. Prisopoides brunnescens sp. nov. _ holotype abdominal structures. A) sterna 7-9; B) vomer, ventral view.
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Fig. 4. Cox1 polymorphic sites within a 561 bp alignment of the P. fulvicornis-Group. Vertical numbers indicate the position of the segregation site in the alignment. Of 561 sites 539 were invariable, 10 singleton variable, and 12 parsimony informative sites. At position 543 of the alignment were three mutations, and replacements at the positions 178 and 472 were nonsynonymous (asterisks). Specimens are arranged according to their genetic distance. The Caucasian specimen PSC-11 was divergent from P. fulvicornis and P. schencki but it was similarly distant to both. Specimens are labelled with the specimen ID, the GenBank accession number or the Barcode Identification Number of the BOLD System (see supplementary Table S1). Rectangles include specimens belonging to the clades I–VI in the phylogenetic analysis (Fig. 5).
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Fig. 39. Prisopoides caatingaensis sp. nov. _. A) habitus of holotype, dorsal view; B) habitus of paratype, dorsal view; C) paratype pronotum, dorsal view; D) holotype anterior femur, ventral view; E) holotype mid femur, anterior view; F) sterna 3-5.
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Fig. 44. Prisopoides villosipes comb. nov. _ genitalia. A) genitalia, dorsal view; B)
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Fig. 49. Illustration of phylogenetic characters. A) sterna 1-4 of Paraprisopus merismus (Westwood,1859), ventral view; B) metasternum-sternum 4, of Prisopoides attrobrunneus sp. nov., ventral view; C) probasisternum of Dinelytron betinho sp. nov., ventral view; D) Probasisternum of Prisopus horridus (Gray,1835), ventral view; E) pro- and mesobasisternum of Paraprisopus merismus, ventral view; F) mesobasisternum of Dinelytron leukommatos sp. nov.m ventral view; G) anterior femur of Damasippus discoidalis Redtenbacher, 1906, dorsal view; H) anterior femur of Dinelytron sp., dorsal view; I) anterior femur of Prisopoides brunnescens sp. nov., anterior femur; J) anterior femur of Prisopus sp., dorsal view; K) posterior femur of Prisopoides villosipes comb. nov., posterior view; L) posterior femur of Prisopus sp., posterior view; M) tegmina and posterior wing of Dinelytron agrion Westwood, 1859, dorsal view; N) tegmina and posterior wing of Damasippus discoidalis, dorsal view; O) tegmina and posterior wing of Dinelytron museunacional sp. nov., dorsal view; P) heavytesselated posterior wing of Prisopus bioleyi Carl, 1913, dorsal view; Q) light-tesselated posterior wing of Prisopus minimus Chopard, 1911, dorsal view.
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Fig. 5. Scheme of the male genitalia of Dinelytron betinho sp. nov. _ holotype. A) dorsal view; B) ventral view; C) right lateral view; D) left lateral view.
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