Chordotonal organs associated with the sound producing apparatus of cicadas (Insecta, Homoptera)

@article{Young2004ChordotonalOA,
  title={Chordotonal organs associated with the sound producing apparatus of cicadas (Insecta, Homoptera)},
  author={Dr. D. Young},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Morphologie der Tiere},
  year={2004},
  volume={81},
  pages={111-135}
}
1. There are three connective chordotonal organs associated with the sound producing apparatus of cicadas: a) the tymbal chordotonal organ, connected to the lower anterior margin of the tymbal; b) the tensor chordotonal organ, connected to the special protuberance bearing the origin of the tensor muscle; c) the detensor chordotonal organ, connected to the cuticle near the inner margin of the tympanum, beneath the detensor tympani muscle. 2. A newly described muscle, the accessory tensor muscle… CONTINUE READING

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