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Definition of Urite

Urite
Urite U"rite, n. [Gr. ? tail.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the segments of the abdomen or post-abdomen of arthropods.

Meaning of Urite from wikipedia

- reproduction. In general, the 10 urites (one of the segments of the abdomen or post-abdomen) are reduced to a lower number of urites because of structural modifications...
- dark pigmented and hypognathous, the abdomen is composed of 8 apparent urites, with the last two often fused and more or less reduced. The respiratory...
- which form a characteristic microsculpture. In aquatic species, the last urite is thin and more or less elongated forming a breathing tube, which ends...
- cylindrical, or conical, composed of six to eight apparent uriti. The remaining urites are part of the structure of the external genitalia. The abdomen of the...
- uncate) unguis (plural ungues) the claws at the tip of most insect pretarsi. urite a segment or part of the abdomen in insects. urotergite plate on the dorsal...
- the top of the anal cell, which is longer than the female's. The third urite shows the pectorals. The adult female has a yellowish head with two strong...
- abdomen is large and cylindrical or flattened, composed of seven apparent urites in males and eight in females. The wing venation differs substantially from...
- Euselasia scotinosa Stichel, 1930 Euselasia teleclus (Stoll, 1787) Euselasia urites (Hewitson, [1853]) Euselasia uzita (Hewitson, [1853]) Euselasia venezolana...
- Euselasia eubotes matouryensis Brévignon & Gallard, 77, p. 20 Euselasia urites eglawahe Brévignon & Gallard, 77, p. 20 Godyris zavaleta eutelina Brévignon...
- and Peru Euselasia uria (Hewitson, [1853]) present in Brazil Euselasia urites (Hewitson, [1853]) present in French Guiana and Brazil Euselasia utica (Hewitson...
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