Ultrastructure of tarsal sensilla and other integument structures of two Pseudocellus species (Ricinulei, Arachnida).

@article{Talarico2006UltrastructureOT,
  title={Ultrastructure of tarsal sensilla and other integument structures of two Pseudocellus species (Ricinulei, Arachnida).},
  author={Giovanni Talarico and Jos{\'e} G. Palacios-Vargas and Mariano Fuentes Silva and Gerd Alberti},
  journal={Journal of morphology},
  year={2006},
  volume={267 4},
  pages={441-63}
}
Ricinuleids are one of the least investigated groups of Arachnida. In particular, knowledge of their ultrastructure is poor. Observations of the distal tarsomeres of ricinuleids show differences in their shape and equipment of surface structures. Legs I and II are used by the Ricinulei to explore their surroundings with tentative movements. The tarsomeres of these legs show similarities in shape and surface structures that distinguish them from those of legs III and IV. In this study, 11… CONTINUE READING

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