A comment on annulate
forms of Palaeophycus Hall 1847: with particular reference to P.
3) and on each side of the attachment of the annulate
scape, a scale formed from the posterior median plate (Fig.
Head: antennae reddish to yellow, each segment with annulate
red markings and red dots; length of antennae about 1.5 to 2 x length of insect.
At the lower region of the ER, we found stacks of annulate
Legs: indistinctly annulate; longest to shortest IV: I: II: III.
Legs: annulate or banded, especially femora; unambiguous and visible without magnification; longest to shortest IV: I: II: III.
Legs: moderately to strongly annulate; longest to shortest IV: I: II: III.
Although some details are lacking, this long-legged, small-bodied and rather gracile harvestman is surprisingly modern-looking and appears to show the impression of an annulate ovipositor.
Ovipositor.--One intriguing feature is an apparently annulate structure overlaying the left side of the body, which is only clearly visible under high magnification and low angle lighting (Fig.