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More Information about: notopleuron
Term notopleuron
Explanation Lateral part of the mesonotum immediately posterior of postpronotal lobes. The notopleuron may be carrying several setae, the notopleural setae. If these are present it may be possible to distinguish between the anterior notopleural setae and the posterior notopleural setae. Presence, absence and number of notopleural setae may be of diagnostic and systematic importance.
Category Morphology: thorax
Submitted by Paul Beuk
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