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Amplinus sp. in typical defensive posture. Central America, Guatemala, Izabal. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

?Pycnotropis sp. South America, Brazil, Amazonas, Manaus vic. Photo courtesy of G. Miranda.

Sculptoteles lotaucri (Carl, 1918), dorsal view of midbody segments showing tubercles and ozopores. South America, Ecuador, Pastaza Prov. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

Pycnotropis flavocarinatus (Silvestri). South America, Colombia. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

Pycnotropis flavocarinatus (Silvestri), midbody tergites, dorsal view. South America, Colombia. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

Pycnotropis sp. South America, Colombia, Santander. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amplinus sp. Central America, Guatemala, Izabal. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

S. lotaucri gonopod Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

P. taenia; gonopods in situ. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amplinus sp. + Platydesmida: Platydesmidae. Platydesmus sp. Central America, Guatemala, Izabal. Photo courtesy of M. van de Merwe.

?Amplinus sp. South America, Peru. Photo courtesy of P. Wittman (http://www.terrywildstock.com/gallery-list).

Sculptoteles lotaucri (Carl, 1918), head, collum, and 2nd tergite. South America, Ecuador, Pastaza Prov. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

Pycnotropis taenia (Peters). South America, Colombia. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

Pycnotropis taenia (Peters), anterior tergites, dorsal view. South America, Colombia. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

?Aphelidesmus sp., juvenile swarm. South America, Peru. Photo courtesy of P. Wittman.

?Aphelidesmus sp. South America, Peru. Photo courtesy of P. Wittman.

Pycnotropis taenia (Peters), poriferous and non-poriferous paranota, lateral view. South America, Colombia. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

Pycnotropis taenia (Peters), close up of ozopore, opening laterally. South America, Colombia. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

 

Pycnotropis taenia (Peters), poriferous paranotum, dorsal view. South America, Colombia. Photo by D. Martinez-Torres.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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