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Definition of Mesothoracic
Mesothoracic Mes`o*tho*rac"ic, a. (Zo["o]l.)
Of or pertaining to the mesothorax.
Meaning of Mesothoracic from wikipedia
- up in the metathorax, opening laterally through ostioles between
pleura. The Coreidae generally
feed on the sap of plants...
- "contains one pair of legs, however, the wings
only on the mesothoracic
- distance. There
are two pairs
of membranous wings which arise
from the mesothoracic
(middle) and metathoracic
(third) segments; they are usually
- "alates", and wingless morphs
are said to be "apterous". The forewing
wing) of the alate
in the Aphididae
has four to six veins attached
- a phenotype wherein metathoracic
and first abdominal segments become mesothoracic
is Antennapedia: a gain-of-function...
- length; the prothoracic portion accounts
for 29% of leg length, the mesothoracic
31%, and the metathoracic
41%. The first
of legs are of equal...
to the Hemipteran
scutellum. In Diptera
the mesothoracic scutellum
is also distinct, but much smaller
than the mesoscutum. Glossary...
of circular markings
and a characteristic dorsal median
and abdominal spiracles
are brown. Legs may be yellowish
- blister-like lobes
on the metanotum
insects, just posterior
to the mesothoracic
in such a way as to latch
onto the base...
- greenish-yellow. There
is a mesothoracic collar
and an oblique antehumeral
stripe, generally connected
with the mesothoracic
collar. Even if they are separated...
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