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musculature of the labrum, labium and pharyngeal regions of adult and immature Coleoptera

Carl Kester Dorsey

musculature of the labrum, labium and pharyngeal regions of adult and immature Coleoptera

by Carl Kester Dorsey

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beetles.,
  • Muscles.,
  • Insects -- Anatomy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Carl Kester Dorsey.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL597 .D6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. l., 41 numb. l., 14 l.
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL182860M
    LC Control Numbera 41004786
    OCLC/WorldCa17965411

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Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, V, No. : Carl Kester Dorsey. Carl Kester Dorsey has written: 'The musculature of the labrum, labium and pharyngeal regions of adult and immature Coleoptera' -- subject- s -: Insects, Anatomy, Muscles, Beetles 'The musculature.

The morphology of the labrum (epipharynx, ikrioma and aboral surface) of adult Aphodiini is figured and discussed. An updated glossary of the constitutive parts is presented. Discover the world's. The Insect mouth consists of a number of parts which, starting from the foremost, are called 1) The Labrum, 2) The Mandibles, 3) The maxillae, 4) The Labium, 5) The Hypopharynx or tongue.

The Labrum is normally a simply structure that is equivalent to the insect's upper lip and is generally moveable, it articulates with the clypeus by means of. The labrum is a flap-like structure that lies immediately in front of the mouth labium and pharyngeal regions of adult and immature Coleoptera book almost all extant most conspicuous exceptions are the Pycnogonida, which probably are entomology, the labrum amounts to the "upper lip" of an insect mouth, the corresponding "lower lip" being the labium.

The evolutionary origin, embryogenesis and morphological. Insect morphology is the study and description of the physical form of terminology used to describe insects is similar to that used for other arthropods due to their shared evolutionary history.

Three physical features separate insects from other arthropods: they have a body divided into three regions (head, thorax, and abdomen), have three pairs of legs, and mouthparts located. The nymph often somewhat resembles the adult stage but lacks wings and functional reproductive organs.

Holometabolism also called complete metamorphism, is a form of insect development which includes four life stages - as an embryo or egg, a larva, a pupa and an imago or adult. The labrum, clypeus, maxilla, and labium are all parts of which morphological feature of an insect.

mouth The aquatic larva for insects in the order Odonata would be accurately termed ___. External and internal head structures of last instar (3rd) larvae, 4th day pupae and adults of Chrysomela populi were examined using a combination of traditional and modern morphological.

Coleoptera Anatomy Antenae. What is the Beetle - Coleoptera: The Beetle(s) in different languages: The Beetle: Home Page: Send EMail to Coleoptera: Search Coleoptera: Coleoptera Contents: Thanks for visiting Coleoptera.

Last modified on Tuesday, 12 November Adult Diptera feed from a wide variety of liquid or semi-liquid foods. The mouthparts of all species regardless of the food source are functionally linked to form a proboscis which in its plesiomorphic design is composed of multiple elements: paired mandibles and maxillae and the unpaired labrum, hypopharynx and labium.

The mandibles are Cited by: Ganeshaiah KN, Belavadi VV. () Habitat segregation in four species of adult tiger beetles (Coleoptera: Cicindelidae). Ecological Entomology doi: /jtbx; Gissler CF. () The anatomy of Amblychila cylindriformis Say.

Psyche 2: Cited by:   All immature odonata have a specialized labium for catching prey. Folded under the head and thorax when not in use, the labium can be extended rapidly toward potential prey.

Hooked lobes at the tip of the labium grasp or impale the prey and draw it back to the mouth as the labium retracts. The dispersion behaviour of Tribolium castaneum (Hbst.) and Cryptolestes ferrugineus (Steph.) was studied under controlled laboratory conditions.

The effect of density, temperature and moisture content of grain on surface numbers was studied using groups of insects initially placed centrally in jars containing g. wheat and vertical dispersion was studied by observing groups of insects in a Cited by:   Both larvae and adults are omnivorous.

Mostly, they feed upon decaying vegetation and dead (or dying) insects. Larvae generally remain in the soil; they have chewing mouthparts and resemble caterpillars (Lepidoptera) or white grubs (Coleoptera).

Most adults have an elongated head with slender, chewing mouthparts near the tip of a stout beak. Larval and female footprints as feeding deterrent cues for immature stages of two congeneric ladybird predators (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) - Volume Issue 5 - B. Kumar, G. Mishra, OmkarCited by: 3. Summary 2 The family Chrysomelidae, commonly known as leaf beetles, includes o species in more than 2, genera, making it one of the largest and most commonly encountered of all beetle us subfamilies are recognized, but only some of them are listed below.

SoCal Status 3 Known Species per The California Beetle Database. EENY Lesser Mealworm, Litter Beetle, Alphitobius diaperinus (Panzer) (Insecta: Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)1 James C.

Dunford and Phillip E. Kaufman2 1. This document is EENY, one of a series of the Department of Entomology and Nematology, UF/IFAS Size: 3MB.

A single pair of antennae (homologous with the anten­ nules of the Crustacea) is present and the head also bears a pair of mandibles and two pairs of maxillae, the second pair fused medially to form the labium.

The thorax carries three pairs of legs and usually one or two pairs of wings.The duration of development and length of adult life of Stegobium paniceum (L.) has been recorded at a large number of sets of conditions; the ranges for development are 15–35°C and 30– per cent r.h. The most rapid development was at 30°C and 80–95 per cent r.h., the highest survival to the adult stage was seen at 20–30°C and 95 per cent r.h., and at 275–30°C and 50–55 per Cited by: FOREWORD.

When, some time since, in consequence of continuing demands, the Brooklyn Entomological Society resolved to publish a new edition of its Explanation of Terms used in Entomology, and entrusted the writer and two associates with the task of preparing the same, it was believed that a little revision of definitions, the dropping of a few obsolete terms and the addition of a few lately.