FIGURES 56 – 70 in Morphological features of the eggs of Pentatomidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) *
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FIGURES 56 – 70. Eggs of Chinavia spp. in SEM. Fig. 56. Anterior pole of C. obstinata egg. Cells with irregular rims (asterisk); apical hole of an aero-micropylar process (arrow). Fig. 57. Operculum surface of the egg chorion of C. obstinata. Fig. 58. Detail of an aero-micropylar process of C. obstinata egg, with spongy surface. Fig. 59. Egg of Chinavia pengue in lateral view. Posterior pole with sheets of adhesive material to egg fixation to the substratum (arrow). Fig. 60. Egg of C. pengue in dorsal view. Fig. 61. Chorion of lateral wall of C. pengue egg. Fig. 62. Detail of the lateral wall chorion of C. pengue egg. Cell with blind bottom (arrow). Fig. 63. Lateral wall of C. pengue egg near the aero-micropylar processes. Smaller and deeper polygonal cells (arrow); connector sheets between an aero-micropylar process and adjacent area of the anterior pole (asterisk). Fig. 64. Chorion surface at operculum of C. pengue egg. Fig. 65. Detail of a cell at operculum of C. pengue egg. Central area with blind bottom (arrow). Fig. 66. Aero-micropylar processes of C. pengue egg, with fine connector sheets (asterisk). Fig. 67. Detail of the aero-micropylar processes of C. pengue egg. Apical hole (arrow); connector sheets (asterisk). Fig. 68. Egg of Chinavia musiva, in laterodorsal view. Fig. 69. Detail of the lateral wall of C. musiva egg. Fig. 70. Chorion of C. musiva egg, marked by circular areas over the surface (arrow). (amp—aero-micropylar process; el—eclosion line; op—operculum).