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“…This structure serves as a reservoir for the secretion, which probably spreads evenly among these filaments. Glands associated with cibriform plates have often been discussed in the context of pheromone secretion (e.g., Lawrence and Staddon, 1975;Barbier et al, 1992;Skilbeck and Anderson, 1994;Foldi and Lambdin, 1995) or the lubrication of sensilla (Skilbeck and Anderson, 1994). It is difficult to decide whether, in Stenus beetles, they have a specific function connected with the performance of the tarsi, particularly since pore plates of a similar appearance can be found on many other parts of the Stenus body (e.g., head, abdomen; pers.…”
Section: Ultrastructure Of Tarsal Glandsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…This structure serves as a reservoir for the secretion, which probably spreads evenly among these filaments. Glands associated with cibriform plates have often been discussed in the context of pheromone secretion (e.g., Lawrence and Staddon, 1975;Barbier et al, 1992;Skilbeck and Anderson, 1994;Foldi and Lambdin, 1995) or the lubrication of sensilla (Skilbeck and Anderson, 1994). It is difficult to decide whether, in Stenus beetles, they have a specific function connected with the performance of the tarsi, particularly since pore plates of a similar appearance can be found on many other parts of the Stenus body (e.g., head, abdomen; pers.…”
Section: Ultrastructure Of Tarsal Glandsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Furthermore, the secretory organs, such as ‘enlarged ducts’ in Eriococcus Targioni Tozzetti (Eriococcidae) and ‘eight‐shaped pores’ in the Asterolecaniidae, were used as diagnostic characters to define each group (Borchsenius, ; Danzig, ; Stumpf & Lambdin, ). However, both were found to be plesiomorphic characters that also occur in only distantly related groups (Foldi & Lambdin, ; Cook & Gullan, ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Bar = 2 mm. Adapted from Buschinger and Maschwitz (1984) and reproduced with permission Foldi and Lambdin, 1995;Bährmann, 2002). (B) Sticky "ant guards" produced by the hover wasp Parischnogaster jacobsoni.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%