Mystax

Mystax

see tamarin.
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Face, frons and vertex dull gold pruinose, mystax orange-yellow, ocellar macrosetae orange-brown.
However, in callithrix primates (the primate family that Saguinus mystax belongs to), it is the females that perpetrate infanticide.
Reactions of wild tamarins, Saguinus mystax and Saguinus fuscicollis, to avian predators.
This coffeehouse and gallery features comedy improv troupe Mystax, 9 p.
Face, frons and vertex dull red-gold pruinose, mystax black, ocellar macrosetae black.
9) oldroydi Londt & Tsacas, 1987 5 Mystax occupying more than half the distance between antennal bases and lower facial margin; male terminalia mainly black, hypandrium with a pair of black, narrowly separated setose tufts distomedially ([male] terminalia as Fig.
1) with the following combination of characters: Head: Antenna with compressed, strap-like postpedicel and terminal two-'segmented' style of similar form; head clearly wider than high in anterior view; face plane, not projecting ventrally; mystax extends down entire facial profile, from antennal bases to epistomal margin; palpi two-segmented; proboscis straight, not down-curved.
twice the length of scape and pedicel combined), cylindrical (not widening toward the middle) and with distinct well-developed style; style with numerous, short, tightly packed setae (not longish, loosely arranged setae as in Oligopogon); face narrower than width of one eye in anterior view; facial swelling weak and not well-defined dorsally; mystax occupying about half of facial profile; occiput with macrosetae; palpus 2-segmented; proboscis shorter than antenna, straight and without spine-like processes distally.
The mystax extends down the entire profile except perhaps for a very narrow strip just below the antennal sockets.
13), the long abdominal setation in both males and females, the yellowish mystax (Figs 13, 14), and its apparent distribution in coastal (or near coastal) habitats from Swakopmund to Sandwich Bay in Namibia (Fig.
A single pair of apical scutellar macrosetae; mystax occupying ventral third of face only, dorsal part asetose; antennal postpedicel elongate, spindle shaped, >1.
Face blackish, strongly gold pruinose except for lateral parts of epistomal margin, mystax shiny yellow occupying ventral 1/2 of face.