First description of macropterous
male and female of Cryphocricos latus (Heteroptera: Naucoridae) Usinger.
Dispersal by flight cannot be ruled out since some individuals can be macropterous
. Notably, one female collected at Buffalo National River, Arkansas, was macropterous
We also classified all carabid beetles as either macropterous
(with fully developed hindwings), brachypterous (with very short or rudimentary hindwings), or apterous (with no hindwings) based on Jelaska and Durbesic .
-- Wings (brachypterous or 2 macropterous
) or wing buds present 1'.
Zera et al., 1983; Zera and Denno, 1997; Zera and Zhao, 2003; Zera, 2005; Poniatowski and Fartmann, 2009), which can promote the colonization of new habitats and areas by macropterous
individuals (Ingrisch and Kohler, 1998; Simmons and Thomas, 2004).
The following abbreviations are used: apterous (apt) and macropterous
Material Examined: REUNION: 1 macropterous
male, 1 macropterous
female, 1 submacropterous female, Entre-Deux, in quiet reaches of a small tributary stream to the Sassa River, 350 m, 21[degrees]14'S, 55[degrees]29'E, 26 November 2013, in the quiet areas of a small brook, D.
All of our specimens have macropterous
hindwings; however, if a different wing morph is discovered, the posterolateral corners of the pronotum probably will be of a different shape.
(long-winged) and brachypterous (short-winged) forms were recorded.
Cell 3: With 9 males and 298 macropterous
females of Melittobia digitata Dahms (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) inside a cocoon of T.