FIGURES 17 – 24 in Apatrobus osuzuyamanus sp. nov., a new patrobine species from Japan, with a comparative study of the male genital morphology of the tribe Patrobini (Coleoptera: Carabidae)

2018-05-23T15:56:26Z (GMT) by Sasakawa, Kôji Toki, Wataru
FIGURES 17 – 24. Homology of sclerites on the endophallus. 17 – 18. Diplous (Platidus) depressus (17. everted endophallus, right ventro-lateral view; 18. aedeagus with endophallus feebly everted, right lateral view); 19. D. (D.) sibiricus caligatus (aedeagus with endophallus feebly everted to show ligula, right dorso-lateral view); 20 – 21. Apatrobus (A.) kurosawai (20. everted endophallus, right lateral view; 21. everted endophallus, left lateral view); 22 – 23. A. (A.) osuzuyamanus sp. nov. (22. everted endophallus, right lateral view; 23. aedeagus wth endophallus feebly everted to show ligula, right dorso-lateral view); 24 – 25. Archipatrobus flavipes (24. everted endophallus, dorsal view; 25. everted endophallus, ventral view). aa. aedeagal apex; gp. gonoporal piece; lg. ligula; ss. spiny sclerites. Solid lines refer to homology of the ligula (lg), and dotted ones to that of the spiny sclerites. Scales: 0.5 mm.

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