Shape: Head round, antennae slender without scales, gradually clavate but without a distinct club-shaped, eyes large, maxillary palpi
well developed, slightly compressed, proboscis long and highly coiled; thorax, fore wings simple, terminal margins never dentate or caudate, hind wings with terminal margin never dentate, cell closed, with patches of modified scales around the cell; legs with tibia as long as the femur with long hairs, in females wide and club-shaped, with four segments, all firmly joined together; abdomen slender.
stout, black, with the 3rd segment grey, filiform, projecting about 1/3 length of eye diameter.
* Short conical palpi
, II palpal segment projects laterally extending beyond the basis capituli, about twice as broad as long, eyes absent ................
Male adults with hairy antennae and club shaped palpi
were separated from females.
, sensitive appendages attached to the oral part of a cockroach enabling it to pre-taste food
They also extend palpi
for firm anchorage, the family physician explained.
The former species is characterized by hooked bristles on the labial palpi
of the female lacking in the latter and by a mostly black female clypeus (lower part of the face) that is completely yellow colored in the other species.
RJoiningC beyond the wing apex; Rsclosertotheend of [R.sub.1] than to the arculus; palpi
3- or 4-segmented; antennae with binodal or gynecoid flagellomeres, and 3 separate circumfila (in male) or interconnected circumfila (in female); tarsal claws curved near basal third, toothed; ovipositor short, barely protrusible and female cerci separate (Maia et al.
Number of palpi
segments: 01 (0); 02 (1); 03 (2); 04 (3)
G) hipofaringeal complex, ventral view, H) palpi