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The copulatory organ of a male insect.
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are present in several Psychodini taxa such as Trichopsychoda Tonnoir, Threticus Eaton and Psychoda Latreille, as well as in two species of Brunettiina (Wagner & Vaillant 1983) and in the currently unplaced taxa Saximormia Jezek and Bryopharsos Quate.
of the 2 species are quite different with M.
Note that after clearing the hypopygia in KOH it becomes apparent that the aedeagi
in both genera are well-hidden within the gonocoxite-hypandrial complex and that the two prongs are thin and elongate (Figs 4, 29).