urogomphus

urogomphus

[‚yu̇r·ə′gäm·fəs]
(invertebrate zoology)
In certain insect larvae, a process on the terminal segment. Also known as pseudocercus.
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There is a spine-like projection beyond the origins of four elongate sensilla (10; apparent homologues of UR5-8) on each urogomphus of P.
Wolfe GW and Roughley RE: Description of the pupa and mature larva of Mat us ovatus ovatus Leech (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) with a chaetotaxal analysis emphasizing mouth parts, legs, and urogomphus.
Description of the pupa and mature larva of Matus ovatus ovatus Leech (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) with a chaetotaxal analysis emphasizing mouthparts, legs, and urogomphus.
calidus have relatively few additional primary sensilla that are restricted to femoral anteroventral surfaces and the apex of each urogomphus.
Wolfe GW and RE Roughley: Description of the pupa and mature larva of Matus ovatus ovatus Leech (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) with a chaeotaxal analysis emphasizing mouthparts, legs, and urogomphus.
Wolfe GW and Roughley RE: Description of the pupa and mature larvae of Matus ovatus ovatus Leech (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) with a chaetotaxal analysis emphasizing mouth parts, legs, and urogomphus.
Wolfe GW and Roughley RE: Description of the pupa and mature larvae of Matus ovatus ovatus us Leech (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) with a chaetotaxal analysis emphasizing mouth parts, legs, and urogomphus.
1); posterior margins of tergites reddish-brown; proximal urogomphus with pronounced reddish-brown basal band, narrow less intensely pigmented band distally on some specimens.
Each urogomphus bore a small sensillum proximally and numerous, long, hair-like sensilla, arising laterally to produce a plumose appearance.
Wolfe GW and Roughley RE: Description of the pupa and mature larva of Matus ovatus ovatus Leech (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) with a chaetotaxal analysis emphasizing mouthparts, legs, and urogomphus.