(Tylotiella) Kilburn & Dekker, 2008: 5, figs 5, 6.
This new species is recognized by the dark brown maculae on the frons, the thickly set silvery and golden setae on the basal two thirds of the corium and clavus
, intermixed with long, erect, bristlelike setae, and the male genitalia.
Reproduccion sexual y reclutamiento del coral masivo, Pavona clavus
, en Bahia Culebra, Golfo de Papagayo, Costa Rica.
1 and 4) pale, with 1 continuous light brown vitta parallel to clavus
handlirschi generally has sparse, thick hairs on the embolium, corium, clavus
, membrane and scutellum, whereas the other two species have the short, thick hairs restricted to the embolium and adjacent areas of the corium.
Frons with one narrow light stripe on the apex, macropterous tegmina hyaline with only one fuscous mark on the apex of clavus
Hemelytron with clavus
exposed, reaching apex of scutellum; lateral margins of corium slightly carinate, parallel, almost extending to posterior margin of connexivum II; membrane lacking veins, reaching to base of seventh abdominal segment (Fig.
Tuberculos mas pronunciados a manera de clavus
, a la parte interna y externa del borde ventrolateral, ombligo relativamente abierto.
2015)--may be developed with transverse veins; clavus
open (Pcu+A1 runs into more or less pointed apex of clavus
); hind wings well developed (2- or 3-lobed) or rudimentary; hind tibiae with several lateral spines or without spines; 2nd metatarsomere with only 2 latero-apical spines; female genitalia with gonapophyses IX flattened dorsoventrally, gonospiculum bridge with 3 distinct long rods connected with gonapophyses IX, anterior connective lamina of gonapophyses VIII comb-like and with small denticles on its disc; gonoplacs with denticles; for male genitalia most Tropiduchidae are distinguished by having the aedeagus in the shape of a narrow curved tube with hook-shaped processes, phallotheca usually short (except Bucini trib.
The other type of reef consists of Porites lobata or Pavona clavus
massive corals, with the best developed being at Cocos, Clipperton and Galapagos islands.
5 times as long as the body, very narrow, with only 2 longitudinal veins joint apically and rudimentary triangular clavus
(Figs 1, 2, 9).
1B) with peritreme thumb-like, anteriorly narrowed and posteriorly broad reaching less than half of evaporatoria, ostioles very much developed slit-like, anterior and posterior margin of peritreme distinctly sinuated; distance base scutellum-apex clavus