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Pretarsal Structure in the Miridae ( Hemiptera ) With a Cladistic Analysis of Relationships Within the Family

@inproceedings{RandallTSchuhPretarsalSI,
  title={Pretarsal Structure in the Miridae ( Hemiptera ) With a Cladistic Analysis of Relationships Within the Family},
  author={' RandallT.Schuh}
}
  • ' RandallT.Schuh
Through the use of scanning electron and light microscopy pretarsal structure is reviewed briefly for the Cimicomorpha and in detail for' the Miridae. The following new or previously used terms describe tarsal and pretarsal structures in the Miridae: tarsal guard seta, unguitractor plate, basal claw spicules, claw hair, pulvillus, claw (with inner, outer, and ventral surfaces), setiform parempodium, lamellate parempodium, and pseudopulvillus. All pretarsal types found in the Miridae are… Expand
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