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Trichoceridae, wing venation
jorgemotalmeida
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Posted on 09-10-2007 12:59
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Trichoceridae - Trichocera regelationis


VEINS


Subcosta vein - Sc

Radial veins - R1, R2, R3, R4, R5

Medial veins - M1, M2, M3, M4

Cubital vein - Cu

Anal veins - A1, A2



CROSSVEINS


Humeral crossvein - H crossvein

Subcosta-Radial crossvein - Sc-R crossvein

Radial-Medial crossvein - R-M crossvein *

Medial-Medial crossvein - M-M crossvein

Medial-Cubital crossvein - M-Cu crossvein



CELLS


radial cell - r cell

medial cell - m cell

discal cell - d cell


Note that usually the veins are written in UPPERCASE letters, and cells in lowercase.

* This Trichocera regelationis has a dark cloud on R-M.
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Excellent photo, thanks Jorge Smile (and also to Tony et al. for the others in this series, they are a brilliant teaching resource).

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Yes bravo, I have terrible trouble remembering all the morphological terminology. These photos really are invaluable in overcoming these problems.Smile
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thanks. I'm preparing more other series. Smile
I think Tony T had a great idea to put OVERVIEWS section.
 
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