By the time that an animal had reached, after numberless generations, the deepest recesses, disuse will on this view have more or less perfectly obliterated its eyes, and natural selection will often have effected other changes, such as an increase in the length of the antennae or palpi
, as a compensation for blindness.
ge, d'ailleurs, est l'endroit le plus palpi
de la Promenade.
G) hipofaringeal complex, ventral view, H) palpi
Maxillary and labial palpi
4- and 3-segmented, respectively.
fused in proximal three-quarters by membranous area; sclerotized laterally and posteriorly, narrowing towards posterior end, apex with a few short setae, long seta absent; both vaginal palpi
together as long as wide (Fig.
It gathers the species of Alycaulini whose adults have four or three-segmented palpi
and fully fused, unlobed female cerci, pupae with a non-brittle exoskeleton, and larva with the spatula usually well-developed, three or four lateral papillae on each side of the spatula and usually 6 or 8 terminal papillae, and convex and unlobed terminal segment (Gagne, 1994).
Some studies on palpi
belonging to neotropical Charaxidae with notes on wing pattern and behavior of several genera (Lep.
Head with a white band from base of mandibles to compound eyes, running along and continued behind eyes; compound eyes light green, ocelli white; tips of mandibles and maxillary palpi
This re-description is based on coloration of wings, structure of mouthparts, maxillary palpi
and internal male and female genitalia.
8 times the length of paraglossae, segment II of the labial palpi
with a strong distomedial projection; and posterior margin of abdominal terga with pointed spines (Domingues et a
minute, 2-segmented, pale yellow-white setose.
Prementum short, approximately twice as wide as long, distal margin between palpi
straight to moderately concave, dorsodistal sensilla minute: palpus 0.