Recientemente se estudio el organo Palp
pit a nivel ultraestructural, en especies consideradas plagas de cuatro familias de Lepidoptera: Noctuidae, Tortricidae, Pyralidae y Carposinidae.
In the first locomotory type, the antennae and mandibular palps
beat rapidly and legs 1-4 were held in an anteriorly-directed position as the copepod moved slowly along the bottom with the ventral side of the body down.
yothersi Dorsal palp
femur seta Setiform and barbed (Fig.
Spination: femora I p 0-0-1, femora II-IV and femora of palps
p 0-0-1; patellae I-IV and patellae of palps
0; tibiae I 0, II p 0-1-0, III v (0-1) (apical), p 0-1-0, r 0-1-0, IV r 0-1-0 and tibiae of palps
0; metatarsi I v 0-0-1 (apical), II v 1-0-1 (apical), p 0-1-0, III v 1-2-1-2 (apical), p 0-1-1, d 0-1-1, IV v 0-1-0, p 0-0-1, r 0-0-1 (apical), d 0-1-1, tarsi I-IV and tarsi of palps
with continuously groove-edge pigmentation, or non-continuous bar-like pigmentation line (Fig.
Using confocal microscopy, pb-GAL4 expression was detected in the maxillary palp
and proboscis primordia after head eversion (Figures 2(N)-2(Q) Supplemental Movie 2).
A pair of transparent palps
is located terminally and nearly ventrally on the prostomium about 0.5 mm long while alive and 0.3 mm long after formalin fixation.
The timing at which Bz1 and Bz2 are turned off is critical for specification of the brain and palp
Leg measurements: palp
4.1 (1.2, 0.5, 0.9, -, 1.5); leg I 15.5 (4.4 2.0, 3.9, 3.9, 1.3); leg II 16.7 (4.8, 2.1, 4.3, 4.1, 1.4); leg III 11.8 (3.7, 1.5, 2.8, 2.7, 1.1); leg IV 12.3 (3.8, 1.4, 3.1, 2.9, 1.1).
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MXP3 obliquely placed on buccal cavity, ischium and merus indistinguishably fused, palp
of three articles, joined end to end; carpus larger than propodus and dactylus combined, propodus extending distally, small dactylus distally inserted on ventral margin of propodus.
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