Perochaeta orientalis
(de Meijere 1913)
Specimen, Male

From Species redescription (ARTICLE LINK TO BE UPDATED)
Figure 1: Key views and structures of Perochaeta orientalis, Male. A - Habitus, lateral view. B – Pleural microtomensity pattern; (white = smooth, light grey = lightly microtomentose, dark grey = heavily microtomentose). C – Rear tibia, with focus on osomterium. D – Basal section of wing showing microtrichosity pattern (white=smooth, light grey=with microtrichia). E – Whole abdomen, ventral view. F – Sternite appendage. G – Hypopygium, dorsal view. H – Phallus, right, ventral and left views; red arrow indicates basal spiny flap. Scale bars = 0.5mm unless otherwise stated.


(From Ozerov, 2005)
orientalis de Meijere, 1913a: 123 (Nemopoda). Type locality: "Chip-Chip " (CHINA: Taiwan); Holotype ♂, in MTMB.

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(From Ozerov, 2005) - World Distribution
Oriental. ― China (Taiwan), Indonesia (Sulawesi I.), Malaysia (East Malaysia, West Malaysia), Philippines (Luzon I.,Mindanao I.).



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Other Specimen Images

Specimen, Female

From Species redescription (ARTICLE LINK TO BE UPDATED)
Figure 2: Key views and structures of Perochaeta orientalis, Female. A - Habitus, lateral view. B – Whole abdomen, ventral view. C – Abdominal posterior, ventral view. D – Same, lateral view. E – Same, dorsal view. Scale bar = 0.5mm.



Specimens, Male & Female (additional views)

From Species redescription (ARTICLE LINK TO BE UPDATED)
Figure 3: Additional views for Perochaeta orientalis, Male (MA-MF) and Female (FA-FE). M and F prefixes refer to male and female specimen respectively. A– Habitus, dorsal view (sans wings), B – head and thorax, ventral view, C – Head capsule, anterior view, D – Head capsule, posterior view, E – Thorax, posterior view, F (male only) – Rear tibia, dorsal view showing osmeterium. Scale bars = 0.5mm unless otherwise stated.



Holotype, Male (with illustration from Duda's 1926 redescription)

From Species redescription (ARTICLE LINK TO BE UPDATED)
Figure 5: Images of holotype (A, B) and drawing (C) from description for Perochaeta orientalis, male. A – Image of habitus, lateral view. B – Image of hypopygium, dorsal view. C – Drawing of abdominal posterior (lateral view) as reproduced from Duda (1926); Arrow 1 shows how illustration has fused the two setae into one, Arrow 2 shows how the drawing fails to display the median protrusion as seen in Fig. 1G.

 



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Original and subsequent descriptions by de Meijere (1913) and Duda (1926)
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From Species redescription (ARTICLE LINK TO BE UPDATED)
Appendix 1. Click on image to access PDF file.



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