Figure 2.

Morphology of ovipositor (ov) and Sternite VII (StVIII). (A) Ovipositor wall is densely covered with large, single and evenly spaced spines, and posterior part of sternite VIII is clearly bifurcated in Themira biloba; (B) Ovipositor wall is lined with tiny spines in regular rows, and posterior part of sternite VIII is fused in Dicranosepsis crinta

Puniamoorthy et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2010 10:275   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-10-275
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