An adult insect.
An antenna in which the antennomeres gradually increase in width towards the apex or increase and subsequently decease in width. When the increase is marked, the antenna looks club-like and is often called clavate.
Animal that shares a home with a unrelated animal with no apparent adverse effect on the animal.
Outer cuticle or epidermis of insect and helminthes.
Stages of growth, each separated by a moult.
Longitudinal vein arising from the wing margin inwards but not connecting with any main veins.
(of abdomen). See Abdominal process
(of prosternum). See Prosternal process
Setae arising between adjacent eye face
To fold in so that an outer becomes an inner surface.