Larval anatomy of Orussidae lHymenopterar

@article{Vilhelmsen2003LarvalAO,
  title={Larval anatomy of Orussidae lHymenopterar},
  author={L. Vilhelmsen},
  journal={Journal of Hymenoptera Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={12},
  pages={346-354}
}
  • L. Vilhelmsen
  • Published 2003
  • Biology
  • Journal of Hymenoptera Research
  • —The external and selected parts of the internal anatomy of the larva of Orussus abietinus (Orussidae) are examined The external anatomy is similar to that reported for other Orussidae. The eyes, laterocervicalia, and thoracic legs are absent, and the antennae, maxillae, and labium are reduced. Each thoracic and abdominal segment has a pair of short transverse rows of recurved cuticular spines laterodorsally, probably for locomotory purposes. A previously unreported feature is the configuration… CONTINUE READING
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