Manual of praying mantis morphology, nomenclature, and practices (Insecta, Mantodea)

Sydney K. Brannoch, Frank Wieland, Julio Rivera, Klaus Dieter Klass, Olivier Béthoux, Gavin J. Svenson

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© Sydney K. Brannoch et al. This study provides a comprehensive review of historical morphological nomenclature used for praying mantis (Mantodea) morphology, which includes citations, original use, and assignment of homology. All referenced structures across historical works correspond to a proposed standard term for use in all subsequent works pertaining to praying mantis morphology and systematics. The new standards are presented with a verbal description in a glossary as well as indicated on illustrations and images. In the vast majority of cases, originally used terms were adopted as the new standard. In addition, historical morphological topographical homology conjectures are considered with discussion on modern interpretations. A new standardized formulation to present foreleg femoral and tibial spines is proposed for clarity based on previous works. In addition, descriptions for methods of collection, curation, genital complex dissection, and labeling are provided to aid in the proper preservation and storage of specimens for longevity and ease of study. Due to the lack of consistent linear morphometric measurement practices in the literature, we have proposed a series of measurements for taxonomic and morphological research. These measurements are presented with figures to provide visual aids with homologous landmarks to ensure compatibility and comparability across the Order. Finally, our proposed method of pinning mantises is presented with a photographical example as well as a video tutorial available at http://mantodearesearch.com.
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
Páginas (desde-hasta)1-100
Número de páginas100
PublicaciónZooKeys
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EstadoPublicada - 1 ene 2017

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Mantis
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nomenclature
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Brannoch, Sydney K. ; Wieland, Frank ; Rivera, Julio ; Klass, Klaus Dieter ; Béthoux, Olivier ; Svenson, Gavin J. / Manual of praying mantis morphology, nomenclature, and practices (Insecta, Mantodea). En: ZooKeys. 2017 ; pp. 1-100.
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