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Keumiata also differs from Flaviata in having vein CuA" in the hind wing emerging apicad of joining MP" and cell cua' fairly small (CuA in hind wing emerging basad of joining MP" and cell cua' large in Flaviata).
basad, with the subjunctive rather than the indicative, which is the usual form (bottom of p.
To recapitulate, the male inner genitalia of Afrotropical Pachycerina are simplified, lacking a hypandrium or aedeagus and having only a pair of contorted, asymmetric lobes (usually bearing spinules) and a rod-shaped apodeme basad of these lobes (Figs 11-13, 16).
26); aedeagus with phallobase, in ventral view, with a strong spine-like process at mid line, directed basad, lateral margins dentate, left lobe at apex divided into 4 small processes, right lobe at apex divided into 5 small processes (Fig.
Legs, long and slender, post tibiae distally with 5 stiff spines grouped 2 in the inner side and 3 in outer side, postbasitarsus distally 7 spines, the 2 shortest located a little basad on external margin; second segment of post tarsi with 4 spines, the submedian shorter than the laterals; post-tibial spur, slender and moderately foliaceous, as long as basitarsus, bearing 20 to 22 regular conical teeth including the distal one on outer margin (22 on holotype); outer margin slightly convex.
Coxae, trochanters pale brown, femora basad pale brown and darkening to the apex, tibiae brown to dark brown, tarsi dark brown.
guamensis Metcalf --Forewing with Cu1 forking basad of level of union of claval veins, with 14 apical cells, subapical cells more than 6 T.
14) Prolivatis Emeljanov, 3 -- Vertex wide and short, lateral margins markedly diverging apically and basad, submedian carinae with apical half very faint, branches of Y-shaped carina almost forming a straight line (Figs.
SIPH near smooth basad of apical reticulated area Uroleucon paucosensoriatum --ABD TERG 8 with 2 hairs.
22 times longer than wide, with sparse setae on surface, tubercles along veins, claval veins without tubercles; 2 indistinct subapical lines of cross veins; fork Sc+RP distad of fork CuA1+CuA2; r-m crossvein slightly distad of fork MA+MP; RP apically bifid, MA apically bifid, MP apically bifid; fork PCu+A1 slightly basad of centre of clavus; Sc+R and M fused at superior-outside angle of basal cell; fork MA1+MA2 distad of fork MP1+MP 2.
81X SH; vein r arising slightly basad or from middle of stigma; vein 3RS evenly curved to anterior margin; vein 2RS (n = 22) usually transitioning from tubular anteriorly to nebulous posteriorly (90.