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More Information about: upper calypter
Term upper calypter
Explanation The distal lobe of the posterobasal portion of the axillary membrane that joins the hind margin of the wing to the thorax is called the upper calypter. It begins the membrane folds over then lower calypter. It is usually larger than the lower calypter, but in some groups, e.g. Tabanidae, Acroceridae, and many Calyptratae, the lower calypter is larger than the upper one.
Category Morphology: thorax
Submitted by Paul Beuk
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08.12.09
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20.06.18 12:13
THx Paul

18.06.18 20:27
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18.06.18 14:56
Thx Paul, I could go for vitta on the abdomen narrows towards the end of the abdomen!

15.06.18 18:36
Would 'narrowing stripe on the back' fit?

11.06.18 13:38
Hello Can any1 help with the words Rückenstrieme dann schmäler werdender Rückenstrieme Thx, Elis

09.06.18 09:14
Smile Nice to meet you! Smile

06.06.18 08:05
I have trouble to send a message...

05.06.18 08:42
I have not seen any used. In Diptera it is relatively rare...

31.05.18 14:27
Hi guys! There is a word in english to refer to an insect when it doesn't have mouthparts? Like some fishs called agnatha.

29.05.18 10:34
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