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  • Morphology and action of the hind leg joints controlling jumping in froghopper insects. [Journal Article]
    J Exp Biol 2006; 209(Pt 23):4622-37Burrows M
  • The morphology and movements of key joints of the hind legs that generate the rapid jumping of froghoppers were analysed. The movements of an individual hind leg during a jump occur in three phases. First, the trochanter is slowly levated about the coxa so that the femur moves anteriorly and engages with a lateral protrusion on the coxa. Second, both hind legs are held in this fully levated (cock…
  • Comparative morphological assessment of the psyllid pleuron (Insecta, Hemiptera, Sternorrhyncha). [Journal Article]
    J Morphol 2002; 252(3):276-90Ouvrard D, Bourgoin T, Campbell BC
  • A unique set of morphological characters based on the hemipteran (sensu lato) thorax are used to define the pleuron of Psylloidea. New external and internal topographical descriptions of pleurites of all three thoracic segments are provided based on observations of specimens from various genera representing the current taxonomic arrangement of Psylloidea. Variations in propleurite morphology and …
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