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External Morphology of Some Acrobelinae

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Acrobeles complexus, A. chelatus, Zeldia punctata, Nothacrobeles subtilis and N. maximais were studied with the scanning electron microscope with particular attention to morphology of the cephalic region. Each genus had a broad anterior chamber in the stoma. Number and arrangement of cephalic sensory organs was the same for all species. Males, seen in two species of Acrobeles and N. maximus, had two grooves and ventral papillae associated with the cloaca.

Affiliations: 1: CSIRO Division of Horticultural Research, Merbein, Victoria 3505, Australia; 2: Institut Warzywnictwa, 96-100 Skierniewice, Poland


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