Fig. 10. Living Miotopus Hutton, 1898 in Reinstatement of the New Zealand cave wētā genus Miotopus Hutton (Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae) and description of a new species
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Fig. 10. Living Miotopus Hutton, 1898 in their natural environment. A–B. Miotopus diversus (Hutton, 1896), adult ³. A. Resolution Bay, Queen Charlotte Sound. B. Turitea Reserve, Palmerston North. C–F. Miotopus richardsi sp. nov. C. Adult ♀, Brewster Hut Track, Haast Pass. D. Female nymph, Gouland Downs Caves, Kahurangi NP. E. ♀, laying eggs in rotting wood, Brewster Hut Track, Haast Pass. F. ♀, 'licking' the slime off a native leaf-veined slug (Pseudaneitea spp.), Raspberry Flat, Matukituki River West Branch.