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Author Mattingly, P. F. ♦ Rageau, J.
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword South Pacific ♦ New Specie ♦ Dorsal Arm ♦ Exhibit-ing Spicule ♦ Basal Arm ♦ Ventral Arm ♦ Last Modification ♦ Male Phallosome ♦ Pacific Specie ♦ Banded-legged Member ♦ Subgroup Share ♦ Subgenus Culex ♦ Trijiz Subgroup ♦ Inner Division ♦ New Zealand ♦ Bent Ventral Arm ♦ Well-defined Subgroup
Abstract Edwards (1932:208) and of a rather well-defined subgroup of that series which may be termed the C&x triJiZ&~s subgroup. The species included in this subgroup share with CzlZexp;P~ens the strongly bent ventral arm of the male phallosome (Fig. 1v.a.) but differ from it in the more strongly developed outer division of the dorsal arm, which is here termed the basal arm (Fig. lb.a.), and in hav-ing the tip of the inner division of the dorsal arm characteristically modified (Fig. 1d.a.). This last modification is, however, less strong-ly marked in the Pacific species, other than C. PervigiZans, than in those found elsewhere. C. pacificus (Fig. lb) is remarkable in exhibit-ing spicules on the ventral arm of the phallo-some which are reminiscent of some of the banded-legged members of subgenus Culex. In addition to C. iyengari the group includes C. pervigildns Bergroth from New Zealand,
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Publisher Date 1957-01-01