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Definition of Metathoracic

Metathoracic
Metathoracic Met`a*tho*rac"ic, a. (Zo["o]l.) Of or pertaining to the metathorax.

Meaning of Metathoracic from wikipedia

- metathorax. Each thoracic segment supports one pair of legs. The meso- and metathoracic segments may each have a pair of wings, depending on the insect. The...
- European mantis. Another unique feature of M. religiosa is its midline metathoracic ear (see Ultrasound avoidance). This “tympanal auditory organ” is an...
- substrate. The tymbals of a tiger moth are specialized regions on the metathoracic episterna, normally corrugated such that sound is produced when the entire...
- Biology Boom". biologyboom.com. Walton, L. B. (1 January 1901). "The Metathoracic Pterygoda of the Hexapoda and Their Relation to the Wings". The American...
- W.J. (1977). "The locust jump III. Structural specialisations of the metathoracic tibiae" (PDF). Journal of Experimental Biology. 67: 29–36. Archived (PDF)...
- pairs of membranous wings which arise from the mesothoracic (middle) and metathoracic (third) segments; they are usually completely covered by minute scales...
- 48: 305–323. Matheson, T. (1992). ""Range fractionation in the locust metathoracic femoral chordotonal organ"". Journal of Comparative Physiology A. 170:...
- threatened, some phasmids that are equipped with femoral spines on the metathoracic legs (Oncotophasma martini, Eurycantha calcarata, Eurycantha horrida...
- parasitism on warm-blooded vertebrates and the combination of their metathoracic ganglia with their abdominal ganglia to form a single ventral nerve junction...
- stigma, a solid spot on the anterior margin of the forewing. The rear (metathoracic) wings have a similar scheme, but simpler in structure, with no stigma...
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