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Chorion morphology of eggs of Aelia albovittata Fieber, 1868 and Aelia rostrata Boheman, 1852 (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)

@article{Candan2006ChorionMO,
  title={Chorion morphology of eggs of Aelia albovittata Fieber, 1868 and Aelia rostrata Boheman, 1852 (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)},
  author={Selami Candan and Zekiye Suludere},
  journal={Journal of the Entomological Research Society},
  year={2006},
  volume={8},
  pages={61-71}
}
The surface morphology of eggs of Aelia albovittata Fieber 1868 and Aelia rostrata Boheman, 1852 were examined using a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Adult bugs were collected from Ankara, (Ayaþ, Asartepe, Turkey) and maintained under the laboratory conditions. The animals deposited barrel-shaped eggs in batches of about 12 eggs. Newly deposited eggs showed a light yellow coloration. The eggs darkened after the onset of embryonic development. The surface sculpturing of the eggs of A… Expand
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