Synonyms for pronotal or Related words with pronotal

clypeus              prothorax              clypeal              pronotum              mesonotum              mesopleuron              preopercle              dorso              propodeal              spinose              cephalothorax              tergites              metasternum              preapical              ocellus              elytral              pygidium              subtriangular              columellar              opisthosoma              sternites              mesosoma              tergum              prosoma              postorbital              subquadrate              scutes              tuberculate              propodeum              paranota              palpus              denticulate              rostralis              elytron              tegmina              metanotum              costae              anepisternum              opercle              postocular              supratemporal              denticle              denticles              mesothorax              dorsals              fasciole              metathorax              chelipeds              ventrals              spiracle             

Examples of "pronotal"
Species in this genus have three ridges on each elytron, without hairs on the pronotal disk.
The head is trapezoidal and the lateral margin of pronotal callus is sinuous.
Mesosoma of most species have spines on one or more of its pronotal, mesonotal or propodeal components. Petiole armed with spines or teeth.
In the island of Ghizzo the specimens have a strong pronotal punctations. Same specimens exist also at the neighbouring island of Ganonggha.
"Mulsantina picta" is a small ladybug, typically long, and wide. The elytral markings are quite variable, and sometimes absent. The pronotal markings are more constant and recognizable.
The region behind the head is referred to as the "pronotal side-keels" and the bars are approximately parallel in this species. Although quite similar, it can be distinguished from the meadow grasshopper "Chorthippus parallelus", which also has straight pronotal side-keels, by a number of characteristics. These include its ability to fly, white stripe on female's wing, and more pointed snout. It often tends to be less brightly coloured and more straw-brown than "Chorthippus parallelus".
Pupation takes place in a stem of the food plant. Pupae are reddish-brown with two ribbed crests on the pronotal margins. Several spines are located in the cremaster on the last abdominal segment.
This tribe contains the only genera of the reduviidae with exaggerated modifications of the pronotum, such as the wheel bug (arilus) and the strongly raised and divided posterior pronotal lobe in "Ulpius" Stål, 1865.
Key characteristics of Polyphaga are that the hind coxa (base of the leg), does not divide the first and second abdominal/ventral plates which are known as sternites. Also, the notopleural suture (found under the pronotal shield) is not present.
"A. coronatus" can be identified by the presence of median pronotal spines being usually present and distinct, occasionally reduced or absent, the head tapering behind eyes, and head width of less than or equal to 1.7 mm.
The Oriental rat flea has no genal or pronotal combs. This characteristic can be used to differentiate the oriental rat flea from the cat flea, dog flea, and other fleas.
"Chorthippus parallelus" is told from similar species by the approximately parallel nature of the bars (pronotal side-keels) on the back of the neck which gives the species its name.
Pronotum is black, with longitudinal stripes of rugosity. Elytra are black with three pairs of lateral, yellowish-orange or reddish transverse markings, frequently with preapical maculae. Frons and pronotal disc occasionally may have maculae.
"Oxelytrum cayennense" can reach a length of about . They have three ridges on each elytron, without hairs on the pronotal disk and without a tooth or only with a small protuberance in the humeral region of the elytra. Elytra are black, with pointed apices. Head has prominent eyes and antennae with a 3-segmented antennal club. Pronotum usually shows a uniform orange-red or yellow color, but often a dark maculae, almost rounded or a little quadrangular-shaped, occupies the center of the pronotal disk.
Clerid beetles fall under the suborder Polyphaga. Key characteristics of Polyphaga are that the hind coxa (base of the leg), do not divide the first and second abdominal/ventral plates which are known as sternites. Also, the notopleural suture (found under the pronotal shield) is not present. To further identify Clerid beetles, a few additional characteristics need to be examined.
Two tribes were recognized within the Megymeninae, one of them being the Megymenini; in the tribe Megymenini The genus "Doesbergiana" includes only one species. The genus "Megymenum"; however; has 15 described species. Several species have expanded pronotal margins and some have reduced hemelytra and are flightless. In most species the second valvifers are reduced, lightly sclerotized, and fused mesally.
The giant cicada is the second largest North American cicada. Like other Texas species, the giant cicada has an appearance that camouflages it into its environment. The insects are usually a combination of black, green, and brown patterns, with brown eyes and brown to green pronotal collar color. Texas cicadas distinguish themselves by sound, rather than appearance.
"Margarinotus brunneus" can reach a length of about . Body is shiny black in colour. These beetles are characterized by the presence on the pronotum of complete marginal stria, by two lateral pronotal striae and basal fragments of the 5th dorsal striae.
It is a large, shield-shaped bug with an elongate, oval form and a length between 13–18 mm. It can be differentiated from the species "Nezara viridula" by its black outermost three antennal segments. Its anterolateral (= in front and away from the middle) pronotal margin is rather straight and not strongly arced such as in "Acrosternum pennsylvanicum".
The larvae feed on the leaves of "Stigmaphyllon emarginatum", rolling the edges of these leaves. The larvae are pale greenish white, with slight indications of ochreous longitudinal lines. The spots are blackish and distinct, each emitting a rather long blackish hair. The head and pronotal plates are pale yellowish, with several small black spots. They reach a length of about 9 mm.