tergum


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tergum

[′tər·gəm]
(invertebrate zoology)
A dorsal plate of the operculum in barnacles.
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Caglau'r mor neu gwyran (uchod) ac isod cregyn llong ar graig yn dangos y tergum a'r scutum Lluniau: Bethan Wyn Jones
First metasomal segment with coarse and large punctures on the sides of the swollen part, in other part punctures smaller and less deep; second metasomal tergum with coarse and large puncture on the sides (nearly as large as those on the sides of the firstmetasomal segment), elsewhere with minute punctures in addition to scattered large punctures.
Males can be distinguished from those of the nominate subspecies by the shape of the parameres and denticulation of the right medial lobe of the 8th tergum.
The reverse engineering technology was adopted to obtain the surface geometrical information of the head of wild boar and tergum of Mole cricket.
can be distinguished by the presence of two spines on the intermediate appendages, the shape of tergum X, which is clavate apically, the wide 2nd article of inferior appendages, and the smaller number of phallic spines.
Abdomen reddish brown, with a whitish longitudinal band on each side, between tergum and sternum, enclosing the spiracles.
5-uL droplet of pesticide-acetone solution or acetone was administered to the thoracic tergum using a micro syringe (5 uL, Hamilton Series 600/700 Standard microliter syringe, Fisher Scientific).
Tergum IX with 8-12 [8] setae, laterosternite IX with 6 setae.
Vinctae pone tergum manus, laniata ueste, foedum spectaculum, ducebatur, multis increpantibus, nullo inlacrimante: deformitas exitus misericordiam abstulerat (Tac.
hamiltoni, Richards (1978) y Cooper (2000) utilizan como caracteres diagnosticos la prolongacion del lobulo pronotal y la forma del primer tergum metasomal.