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CERCICooperativa Para A Educação E Reabilitação de Crianças Inadaptadas (Portugese: Cooperative for the Education and Rehabilitation of Children with Learnig Disabilities; Portugal)
CERCICentro Especial de Reabilitação de Crianças Inadaptadas (Portugal)
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Tergum 9 cone-shaped, cerci small, just aside cerci with a pair of small trifid appendages along ventral margin of tergite (function unknown).
Female cerci are discrete, evenly covered with setae, 1 apicolateral pair thick and blunt-tipped.
Male cerci with small internal spine on the basal portion, distally of it tapering, bent inward, with almost straight distal portion (Fig.
1: m); stridulatory vein of upper (left) tegmen of male with about 46 stridulatory teeth; male cerci with longer hook situated near cercal apex (Fig.
The mediolateral lobe of the male gonostylus of Tingidoletes is reminiscent of those found in Lestodiplosis and Thripsobremia (Gagne & Bennett 1993), but in those genera, the female flagellomere necks are at least twice as long as wide, and the female cerci have on their venter a field of closely placed, very short sensilla.
Combining the characteristic features of cerci and titillators of the male and the subgenital plate of the female of the new species and comparing that combination with all other taxa of Rhacocleis and Pterolepis, R.
She disclosed how playing Cerci, in 2013, helped her sail through the trauma of divorce from Peter Loughran- her husband of six years.
Epiphallus reduced; cercus in profile anteriorly almost entirely straight and gently curved backward subapically, with anterior protuberance between cerci in the midlength small, posteriorly slightly concave at midlength and rounded subapically; cerci in posterior view subtriangular, with lateral edges almost in a straight line.
Larva with robust, wide spatula with 3 to several points, and 8 short terminal papillae; antennal horns of pupa strong, broad, and serrate; female cerci of most species fused; gonostylus attenuate in male, R5 about 3/4 of the length of wing (Mohn 1964; Gagne et al.
The Campodeidae and Projapygidae possess long or short, fragile cerci at the tip of the abdomen and are considered herbivores or detritivores but the four other families possess a pair of well chitinised pincer-like claws distally and are predators, that is carnivorous on small arthropods or possibly also detritivores.