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comparative anatomy of the male genital tube in coleoptera

Sharp, David

comparative anatomy of the male genital tube in coleoptera

by Sharp, David

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Published by Entomological Society of America in College Park, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beetles -- Anatomy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David Sharp and Frederick A.G. Muir.
    ContributionsMuir, Frederick A. G., 1872-1931.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16564958M

      Sharp D. & Muir F.A.G. () The comparative anatomy of the male genital tube in Coleoptera. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London – + pls. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London – + by: 5.   The comparative anatomy of the male genital tube in Coleoptera. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London – Sharp D. and Muir F. A. by:

    Introduction. The male genitalia have proven to be of considerable taxonomic value for various groups of insects. This paper continues our studies into comparative morphology and ultrastructure of the internal and external male genitalia of Aphididae (Insecta, Hemiptera) (Wieczorek , ; Wieczorek and Świątek , ; Wieczorek et al. ).Cited by: About This Book: Catalog Entry. View All Images: All Images From Book. Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: Anatomy of the Male Genital Tube in Coleoptera. a concomitant obliteration of the anterior part of the partition separating them.

    Discover Book Depository's huge selection of David Sharp books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. The Comparative Anatomy of the Male Genital Tube in Coleoptera. David Sharp. 25 Aug Paperback. US$ In the Entom. Soc. of London, with the assistance of the Royal Society, brought out as Part III of the Transactions The Comparative Anatomy of the Male Genital Tube in Coleoptera by Sharp & Muir, an exhaustive treatise of pages, and 37 plates. All the families were examined, and the results of the multitudinous dissections are given in.


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Read "The comparative anatomy of the male genital tube in Coleoptera" by David Sharp available from Rakuten Kobo. The comparative anatomy of the male genital tube in Coleoptera‎ Staphylinidae genitalia‎ (2 C, 63 F) T Tenebrionidae genitalia‎ (3 F) Media in category "Coleoptera genitalia" The following 19 files are in this category, out of 19 total.

A Coleoptera anatomy; Insect genitalia; Navigation menu. Personal tools. English; Not logged in. Comparative studies of male genitalia have already been made in some groups of Coleoptera.

Nakane () explained the taxonomic importance of the male genitalia in Japanese Lepturinae (Cerambycidae). Ehara () made comparisons of the male genitalia in Cerambycid beetles. Watson () studied the phylogeny of the CoccinellinaeAuthor: Bhatti A.

Rashid. The comparative morphology of the aedeagi of about species in genera of Scarabaeoidea was studied with reference to possible phylogenetic trends within and between groups. The characters of the greatest phylogenetic significance were considered to be: the degree of dorsal sclerotization of the basal piece; the presence or absence of a dorsal basal Cited by: The comparative anatomy of the male genital tube in Coleoptera‎ (19 F) The glow-worm and other beetles ‎ (6 F) The life of the weevil ‎ (7 F).

The female and male reproductive systems of Hoplia subcostata Bates and Hoplia squamifera Burmeister are described. The female reproductive systems of both species are similar, consisting of two ovaries, each with six ovarioles and two lateral oviducts, the common oviduct, bursa copulatrix, spermatheca with its gland, two accessory glands, and three pairs of Cited by: 4.

A. Altson, On the Genital System of Lyctus brunneus Steph., with a Note on Lyctus linearis Goeze (Coleoptera), Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol IssueAprilThe Comparative Anatomy of the Male Genital Tube in Coleoptera ”: pp.

Cited by: 6. Sharp and Muir in [The Comparative Anatomy of the male genital tube in Coleoptera, Trans. Ent. Soc.

Lond., ll2, pp. L, 37 plates)] gave us a comprehensive view of the genital tube as found throughout the order.

They also gave Us a set. 1. Each testis is followed by two vasa deferentia, which join to form a common vas deferens. The ejaculatory duct opens into the phallus. The ædeagus is a curved organ, bifurcated at the distal end.

In the external genitalia of male, the eighth abdominal sternite is reduced; the ninth is represented by spiculum gastrale, whereas the tenth is : P. Mathur, R. Srivastava, A. Joseph. We examined the reproductive systems, including genitalia, of 10 species of Geotrupini from Mexico. Females of all examined species have six ovarioles in each ovary.

Spermathecae and genitalia of all species are similar. The genital plates show marked morphological differences at the species level, and thus may be useful as specific characters in taxonomic studies. Males of Cited by: 5. sensilla in Coleoptera Phytophaga (Insecta) () The comparative anatomy of the male genital.

tube in Coleoptera. Trans Ent Soc Lond – Zia Y. The Cupedidae of the World1 - Volume 95 Issue 2 - M. Atkins. In recent years there has been an increase in the number of papers dealing with the family Cupedidae, but in spite of the revised interest in this group there is still no publication which treats the family on a world-wide basis and provides keys for separating all the genera and by: The endophallic structure of the genus Laius is studied and discussed based on the examination of 19 species from Asia to the Indian Ocean.

The structure contains two primary sclerites (named gonoporal piece and ligula), a secondary sclerite on the basal part of the gonoporal piece (named additional sclerite) in some species, and a membranous basal area closely covered with many.

The comparative anatomy of the male genital tube in Coleoptera. Trans, ent. Soc. London Togashi, I. The comparative morphology of the internal reproductive organs of the Symphyta (Hymenoptera).

Suzuki K. () Comparative morphology of the internal reproductive system of the Chrysomelidae (Coleoptera). In: Jolivet P Cited by: the Royal Society, brought out as Part III of the Transactions The Comparative Anatomy of the Male Genital Tube in Coleoptera by Sharp & Muir, an exhaustive Meninges (1, words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article.Sharp D, Muir F.

() The comparative anatomy of the male genital tube in Coleoptera. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 3: – doi: /jtbx; Tuxen SL. (Ed.) () Taxonomist‘s Glossary of Genitalia in Insects (2nd Edition). Munksgaard, Copenhagen, by: 4.