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Figure 6 | Zoological Studies

Figure 6

From: A new genus and eight new species of Amazonian cosmetines (Opiliones, Laniatores, Cosmetidae)

Figure 6

Shapes of the equuleus in the species of Taito , type-2, typical easel. These shapes show variations of primitive pattern by disintegration of body, fragmentation and isolation of crown. (a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l) T. oblongatus (males and females ICN AO 213). (m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,w,x,y,z,aa,ab,ac,ad) T. juruensis (males and females MNRJ-HS 0010, MNRJ 2288, MNRJ 2307, MNRJ 2313, MNRJ 2370). (ae,af,ag,ah,ai) T. insperatus (males and females INPA 007, MNRJ 8269, MNRJ-HS 0719, ICN AO 303). (aj) T. serriperna (male holotype, MNRJ 1372). (ak,al,am,an,ao,ap,aq,ar,as,at,au,av) T. kawaiikei (males and females MNRJ 2347, MNRJ 02353, MNRJ 7622).

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