vulsella

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vulsella

(vʌlˈsɛlə)
pl n
rare tweezers or forceps
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So that, only volsella, gonostylus and gonocoxite parts of the male genitalia were used in the analyses.
1), the right parts of gonocoxa, gonostylus and volsella were used for the analysis.
5 mm de largo; su mesosoma es convexo y liso, sus alas posteriores tienen 20 o mas hamuli o ganchos con los que se unen al ala anterior; la volsella o apendice reproductor tiene pilosidad densa y erecta a lo largo del margen ventral y es finamente denticulada a lo largo del margen posterior; el adeago o falo tiene mas que 20 denticulos en el margen ventral.
Additionally, the hypopygium of some species generally has a tubercle-like or wart-shaped median volsella often bearing a tuft of setae.
Superior volsella 68-75 [micro]m long, with 1 long lateral seta and basal lobe bearing 10-12 setae.
quinquesetosum belongs to the subgenus Tripodura for its club-shaped superior volsella without an apical projection, a broad anal point, superior volsella covered with microtrichia and with setae on distal parts of the outer and inner margin, but the wings lack dark markings and the wing membrane lacks setae.
Volsella (Volsella) arciformis, Hertlein & Strong, 1946: 72, pl.
iristani Calvert, 1912 Perigomphus pallidistylus (Belle, 1972) Phyllocycla volsella (Calvert, 1905) Phyllogomphoides appendiculatus (Kirby, 1899) P.
Arcuatula, Brachydontes, Ischadium, Modiolus, Mytilus, Volsella, and Geukensia) during the past 178 years (Pierce 1973; Sarver et al.
bingoparadoxum is characterized by the following combination: anal point robust, nearly parallel-sided and abruptly tapered to near pointed apex; superior volsella robust, abruptly narrowed apically to hook-shaped form, with two basal setae and one lateral seta, covered with microtrichia.
Diagnosis: The species can be separated from all other Neotropical species by the following combination of characters: anal point hyaline, triangular with blunt apex; inferior volsella comparatively small, sub-rectangular; gonostylus widened medially, with outer heel indicated; [R.
is easily separated from the other species of the genus as following characters: mid and hind legs with 2 pseudospurs on ta1, ta2 and ta3; length of ta4 shorter than ta5 in all legs; inferior volsella trapeziform.