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The concealed copulatory structures of the Pyrgomorphidae (Orth. Acridoidea): Part. IV. Tribbes Desmopterini, Monistriini, Chlorizeinini, Poekilocerini and Phymateini

AuthorsKevan, D. Keith McE; Akbar, Syed S.; Chang, Yu-Cheng
Issue Date31-Dec-1972
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CSIC - Instituto Español de Entomología
CitationEos : revista española de entomología 47(1-4): 137-234 (1971)
AbstractPart I of this study (Kevan, Akbar and Chang, 1969) includes a general discussion of the acridoid male and female concealed copulatory structures, with particular reference to the Pyrgomorphidae, together with a gl•ssary of terms, including those used herein. Parts II and III (Kevan, Akbar and Chang, 1970; 1971) discuss the changes in the arrangement of tribes and genera that have been made in the Pyrgomorphidae since the preliminary one by Kevan and Akbar (1964), and give an account of the fifteen tribes constituting what has been termed Group 'A' of the family, characterized by the ,open and usuallv larger, approximated metasternal pits, a body form that is not commonly strongly fusiform but most often subcylindrical or elongate, and sometimes by other features (See Kevan, Akbar and Chang, 1970). The present paper treats the first two series of Group 'B' (tribes of Series V and VI). Opportunity is also taken to present photographs of type material of species for which similar figures have not previously appeared and which it is not proposed to illustrate elsewhere in connection with generic revisions.
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