Psyche: A Journal of Entomology / 2019 / Article / Fig 5

Research Article

Dimorphic Sessile Apterae of the Aphid Neothoracaphis glaucae (Hemiptera) on the Evergreen Oak Quercus glauca

Figure 5

Alates and wingpadded nymphs of Neothoracaphis glaucae and N. yanonis: (a) head of the alate of N. glaucae (collected from Q. glauca as a nymph in Shinkiba, Tokyo, Japan, on 25 November 2013 and fixed on 8 December 2013); (b) head of the alate of N. yanonis (collected from Distylium racemosum in Tama, Tokyo, on 20 November 2013); (c) left antenna of the alate of N. glaucae (collected from Q. glauca as a nymph in Shinkiba on 14 November 2013 and fixed on 26 November 2013); (d) fourth-instar nymph of N. glaucae (collected from Q. glauca in Shinkiba on 14 November 2013); (e) fourth-instar nymph of N. yanonis (collected from Q. serrata in Tama on 1 December 2013). Scale bars: 100 μm.
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