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Definition of Metanotum

Metanotum
Metanotum Met`a*no"tum, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? behind + ? back.] (Zo["o]l.) The dorsal portion of the metaphorax of insects.

Meaning of Metanotum from wikipedia

- third pair of legs. Its prin****l sclerites (exoskeletal plates) are the metanotum (dorsal), the metasternum (ventral), and the metapleuron (lateral) on...
- the mesonotum or the metanotum of an insect thorax; however, it is used almost exclusively in the former context, as the metanotum is rather reduced in...
- anteriorly the latter is smooth and polished, the scutellum rugose, the metanotum irregularly striate rugose, including the basal portion of the metanotal...
- other Basilia species by the presence of a finger-like process on the metanotum of the female (behind thoracic membrane). "Basilia boardmani Report"....
- name for the anterior portion of the mesonotum (and, technically, the metanotum, though rarely applied in that context). In the hard ticks, the Ixodidae...
- is called the mesonotum and the notum for the metathorax is called the metanotum. Continuing with this logic, the mesopleura and metapleura, as well as...
- and other features are a black colour, while the node, epinotum, and metanotum is red. Other features like the mandibles, antennae and tarsi are a reddish...
- sclerotized pronotum with anterior-pointing megasetae. The mesonotum and metanotum are weakly sclerotized. No abdominal gills are present. An anal claw is...
- group known as sawflies. The cenchri are small blister-like lobes on the metanotum of these insects, just posterior to the mesothoracic scutellum, shaped...
- characteristics of the scutellum. It is strongly angular, projects over the metanotum and is medially emarginated, usually in a V-shape. Initially the lechuguana...
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