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Zoology Publications from Victoria University of Wellington—Nos. 66 and 67

Hypogastrura cavicola (Boerner, 1901) — Figs. 112-115

Hypogastrura cavicola (Boerner, 1901)
Figs. 112-115

The holotype of this species is in the Boerner collection BMNH and the accompanying figures were drawn from it. Stach (1949, p.110) gives further figures drawn from Polish specimens of this species.

Notes: Ant IV has an apical retractible papilla guarded by several slender short curved setae; 4-6 strongly bent, stout, exposed sense rods subapically and numerous simple setae. Anal spines on very stout stumpy contiguous papillae, the spines slightly longer than the hind claw. PAO with an associated "nebenhocker-like" structure (Fig. 115).

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Figs. 106-111 Hypogastrura armata communis (Folsom), drawn from specimen in Boerner collection in BMNH.

Figs. 106-111 Hypogastrura armata communis (Folsom), drawn from specimen in Boerner collection in BMNH.

Fig. 106 mucro and apex of dens
Fig. 107 SO Ant III × 1000
Fig. 108 apex of Ant IV × 1000
Fig. 109 anal spines with associated setae × 400
Fig. 110 hind foot × 400
Fig. 111 PAO and adjacent ocelli × 1000

Figs. 112-115 Hypogastrura cavicola (Boerner) drawn from holotype in BMNH.

Fig. 112 hind foot × 400
Fig. 113 anal spines and setae from above × 400
Fig. 114 mucro × 1000
Fig. 115 PAO with associated "nebenhocker" and anterior ocelli × 1000