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More Information about: postpronotal lobe
Term postpronotal lobe
Explanation Lateral part of the postpronotum, especially in higher Diptera well visible, less so in some groups of lower Diepra (in particular Nematocera). Usually well intergrated with the scutum and often bearing setae (postpronotal setae).
Synonyms: humerus (plural: humeri), humeral callus (plural: humeral calli)
Category Morphology: thorax
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