The male and female reproductive systems of Zorotypus hubbardi Caudell, 1918 (Zoraptera).

@article{Dallai2012TheMA,
  title={The male and female reproductive systems of Zorotypus hubbardi Caudell, 1918 (Zoraptera).},
  author={Romano Dallai and David Mercati and Marco Gottardo and Aaron T. Dossey and Ryuichiro Machida and Yuta Mashimo and Rolf Georg Beutel},
  journal={Arthropod structure & development},
  year={2012},
  volume={41 4},
  pages={337-59}
}
Here we present an ultrastructural study of the male and female reproductive systems of Zorotypus hubbardi and compare the findings to those presented in an earlier study. The male reproductive system consists of small testes and thin and short deferent ducts opening into a huge seminal vesicle. At the end of the deferent duct a wiredrawer structure is present which initiates the spermatophore formation. A long ejaculatory duct, originating from the seminal vesicle, receives the secretions of… CONTINUE READING
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