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A study on dorsal surface of Dactylispa (Tr.) angulosa with SEM

@article{Ying2001ASO,
  title={A study on dorsal surface of Dactylispa (Tr.) angulosa with SEM},
  author={Zhang Ying},
  journal={Journal of Shaanxi Normal University},
  year={2001}
}
  • Z. Ying
  • Published 2001
  • Biology
  • Journal of Shaanxi Normal University
The dorsal surface structures have been examined with SEM in Dactylispa (Tr.) angulosa. Its pronotum is densely covered with pits which are irregular circles and have setaes. The setaes arise off the center of the pit floor, 60~80 μm long. There are regular spikes and pits which are in longitudinal arrangement, the pits are nearly circles and all have inner prominence. The setaes on the dorsal of these prominence are 57 μm long. These important microstructures show diversity in the evolution of… 
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