volume 36, issue 6, P868-873 2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-566x2007000600007
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Abstract: ABSTRACT -Among the communication strategies used by the animals, the sound is one of the most important. Hymenoptera have as auditory organs, the subgenual organ (SGO) located in the tibia proximal portion, and the Johnston organ (JO) located in the second antenna segment. The subject of this work was to analyze the morphology of these structures in Agelaia pallipes (Olivier), Polybia paulista (Ihering) and Mischocyttarus cassununga (Ihering). The tibiae and antennae of the three species were dissected and f…

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