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Thorax lateral view
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Posted on 27-09-2007 19:43
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Thorax of Tachinidae - Dexiinae. Photo copyright ? A.W. Thomas.


1 - haltere 2 - anterior spiracle 3 - posterior spiracle 4 - anepimeron 5 - meron 6 - katepisternum 7 - postpronotum 8 - proepisternum 9 - proepimeron 10 - coxa 1 11 - coxa 2 12 - coxa 3 13 - trochanter 1 14 - trochanter 2 15 - trochanter 3 16 - notopleuron 17 - transverse suture 18 - subscutellum 19 - postscutellum 20 - scutellum 21 - anepisternum 22 - scutum
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Original photo.
Photo copyright ? A.W. Thomas.
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Notes:
1) Below the number 13 begins the femur 1.
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Hi Jorge - this is a great start - Smile
I have a couple of corrections, though - Sad
You have the anepisternum coloured yellow and numbered "3" (confusion with posterior spiracle)
The notopleuron (your number 16) usually refers to just the triangular area with two large bristles at the "base" of the suture - i.e. just the bit above the anepisternum. The area infront and behind it are just lateral areas of the scutum.
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Jorge,
The colours are very useful. It's good to also see the original photo, without the added colours. As Tony I says - this is a great start. This will be a very useful resource. Smile
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Thank you a lot, Tony. I will fix it right now. The numbers were repeated. Sad


Thank you, Nigel. Wink
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Tony T, I fixed it. Smile
I would like to acknowledge your photos and I'm grateful the fact that you shared to me the photos.
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Am I right that 7.postpronotum = humeri
 
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In Asilidae:
postpronotal lobe, pprn lb; humerus (pl. humeri); humeral callus [1]; postpronotum [7]; humeral callus = posterior area of posterior pronotum [8]

your humeri is the postpronotal lobe in Asilidae for example.

Usually the humeral callus (=humerus - in singular) in Tachinidae (and others) refers to the postpronotum. Remember that humeri is the plural of humerus. Smile
 
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