publication . Article . 1901

the metathoracic pterygoda of the hexapoda and their relation to the wings

Walton, L. B.;
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  • Published: 01 May 1901 Journal: The American Naturalist, volume 35, pages 357-362 (issn: 0003-0147, eissn: 1537-5323, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Abstract
ON the anterior margin of the prothorax and mesothorax of the Lepicloptera are two small sclerites known as the patagium and tegula, respectively; while in certain other orders of Hexapocla (Hymenoptera, Neuroptera, and Trichoptera) a small piece has been found at the base of the mesothoracic wing which has been consiclered equivalent to the tegula. Further > ;' than a few suggestions based on limitecl observations, no attempt has been made epm
Subjects
free text keywords: Anatomy, Tegula, biology.organism_classification, biology, Patagium, Wing, Ecology, Neuroptera, Prothorax, Hexapoda, Mesothorax, Hymenoptera
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