Antennal segment III subequal to segment IV and V, segment III with three ringed secondary sensoria, segments IV and V each with one oval secondary sensoria, galls rosy red, colonizing Rhus hypoleuca....................................................................N.
- Antennal segments III-V prominently different in length, IV and V each with a few broader incomplete ringed secondary sensoria, colonizing Rhus chinensis.................3
The full Sensoria
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The genus was distinguished from Karnyothrips and also from Willeia because antennal segment IV bears only two sensoria
. However, contrary to the statement given by the authors, antennal segment IV of K.
The routers feature Sensoria
's WirelessFabric mesh networking platform, support for multiple user classes and an advanced QoS framework, enabling priority to high priority traffic including VoIP and distributing network bandwidth fairly.
In the walk, Her Long Black Hair, Cardiff privileges the aural-oral sensoria
over the visual, which opens 'spaces' for intermedial bodies and for a palimpsestuous sense of intimacy and separation.
AntIII with 16-17 secondary sensoria
on 77% of segment; marginal abdominal sclerites present; tibiae dark bicolored; SIPH progressively enlarged in its half distal part.
That key relies heavily on the number of sensoria
on antennal segments III and IV.
The antennae are pale with dark apical segments; the terminal process is 4.5-5.0 times the length of the base of antennal segment VI; there are only secondary sensoria
(1-5) on antennal segment III (Fig.
Antennae 2.62-2.96 mm and 0.9-1.1 times body length; AntI-AntIII smooth; AntHI 0.60-0.75 mm, with 4-11 small circular secondary sensoria
, ventrally aligned on proximal 30-58% of its length; setae 30-45 pm, 0.9-1.4 times D; AntIV and AntV respectively, 0.55-0.69 and 0.43-0.53 mm.
Antennae 8-segmented, segments III and IV with 3 sensoria
, V and VI with 2 sensoria
; VIII slender.