Zoology Publications from Victoria University of Wellington—Nos. 66 and 67
Tullbergia womersleyi (Bagnall, 1947) — Protullbergia womersleyi Bagnall, 1947 — Figs. 1-4
Tullbergia womersleyi (Bagnall, 1947)
Protullbergia womersleyi Bagnall, 1947
I have examined Bagnall's material and this is quite clearly referable to Tullbergia. The SO Ant III is as shown in Fig. 3 with three "laminated" superior sense rods only. Ant IV bears a small apical sensory knob, 6-8 moderately long curved sense rods and numerous long setae. PAO has 60-80 vesicles of the shape shown in Fig. 2 arranged as two parallel rows. The anal spines are 3-4 times as long as broad at their bases, on papillae, and the spines subequal to the hind claw in length. Pseudocelli are not as given by Bagnall but are as follows: 1 + 1 on each of antennal base, hind margin of head Th I — III and Abd I — V. Claw as shown in Fig. 1 with a basal seta and well developed unguiculus. Clothing moderate of short simple setae, longer posteriorly.