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“…Although no ultrastructural data were provided, a possible role as thermo-hygroreceptors was hypothesized. To date, the most comprehensive ultrastructural study of a coeloconic sensillum in egg parasitoids is the one by Isidoro (1992) on T. basalis. In this species, coeloconic sensilla occur in very low number (two per antenna), consisting of a small, inflexible cuticular peg without pores, set in a pit (Fig.…”
Section: Basalis (B) Andmentioning
“…2010 ), pored plate-like sensilla are known to have an olfactory function ( Ochieng et al. 2000 ), and pit-like sensilla seem to be involved in gathering information on temperature and humidity ( Isidoro 1992 ).…”
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“…In hymenopteran parasitoids, sensilla coeloconica have been found only on the third flagellar segment of antennae of E. sophia (Zhang et al, ). in T. basalis , sensillum coeloconica has a small, inflexible cuticular peg without pores (Isidoro, ). They often occur in very low numbers (two per antenna).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…We coin these terms to describe the depressions that flank the anterior (preocellar) and/or lateral (paraocellar) margins of the anterior and lateral ocelli, respectively. We prefer not to use the term 'pit' when describing these structures because they may not be homologous with the preocellar pit possessed by some Telenominae, which corresponds internally with an apodeme (Isidoro and Bin 1994). These structures are most noticeable in P. teras, where they are semilunar in shape and deep (Figures 5,50,52).…”
Section: Preocellar and Paraocellar Depressionsmentioning
“…We also reject the term postoccipital sulcus proposed by Mineo & Villa (1982) for the same structure, because the sulci are outside the postocciput. Rather, we suggest the term postgenal sulcus in preference to the terms proposed by Masner, Mineo, and Villa. The internal apodeme corresponding with the preocellar pit is connected to the brain via an epidermal cell bundle and may act as suspension to stabilize the position of the brain (Isidoro & Bin 1994).…”