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More Information about: lower calypter
Term lower calypter
Explanation The proximal lobe of the posterobasal portion of the axillary membrane that joins the hind margin of the wing to the thorax is called the lower calypter. It begins as a narrow, membranous ligament arising from the furrow between the scutellum and the postnotum and ends where the more distal lobe, the upper calypter, folds sharply over it.
Category Morphology: thorax
Submitted by Paul Beuk
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