Synonyms for propodeal or Related words with propodeal

propodeum              spinose              dorso              clypeal              mesosoma              tuberculate              prothorax              subtriangular              clypeus              procurved              branchiae              subcylindrical              mesonotum              prosoma              postpetiole              pronotal              prostomium              metasoma              subcentral              denticulate              premaxillae              cephalothorax              subquadrate              sclerite              papillate              subcircular              dorsoventrally              metathorax              mesoscutum              siphuncle              pronotum              opisthosoma              supraocular              metanotum              pygidium              costae              subequal              denticle              bifid              obsoletely              headshield              frons              opercular              quadratojugal              palpus              ventricose              tegumen              bicarinate              rastellum              ventrite             

Examples of "propodeal"
"L. acervorum" are small myrmicine ants with distinct propodeal spines and have three-segmented antennal clubs.
Ants of the genus "Mycocepurus" are distinctly recognizable for the crown-like cluster of horns on their promesonotum, the fused mesonotum and pronotum on the front of their alitrunk or midsection. "M. smithii" has sharp, protruding propodeal (posterior of the alitrunk) spines unlike "M. obsoletus" whose propodeal spines are blunt. Workers also do not have developed promesonotal spines in the center of their crown.
Mesosoma of most species have spines on one or more of its pronotal, mesonotal or propodeal components. Petiole armed with spines or teeth.
"Lordomyrma vanua", with its heavily rugose head and mesosoma, is similar to "L. rugosa", but can be distinguished by its smooth forecoxae, smooth propodeal declivity, smooth anteriodorsal region of the promesonotum, broader and more widely spaced rugae, and larger size. The other species with which "L. vanua" might be confused is "L. striatella", from which it can be separated by its weaker antenna scrobe, broader and more widely spaced rugae, more well developed propodeal spines, more robust petiole and larger size.
"Diaphoromyrma" workers are characterized by the following traits: Antenna 9-segmented with 2-segmented club, trapezoidal promesonotum in dorsal view, propodeal spiracles situated on the propodeal edges, and the fourth abdominal sternite with a pair of rounded recurved anterolateral extensions which curve up onto the dorsal surface of the segment. Apparently "Diaphoromyrma" is close to the genera "Allomerus" and "Diplomorium" in the Solenopsidini, but its tribal attribution remains difficult because of the inadequate resolution of the phylogenetic relationships within the Myrmicinae.
The common features of the genus include an elongated first funicular segment, presence of propodeal lobes, helcium at midheight of abdominal segment 3 and gaster capable of reflexion over the mesosoma. Males have vestigial pretarsal claws.
Wasps of the tribe Crabronini are mostly small to very small wasps. Typical of this tribe are the forewings with a single submarginal cell, the lack of membranous metanotal and propodeal modifications, and (in most genera) a square-shaped head.
"S. surinama" is a medium-sized wasp that is blueish-black in color and can appear metallic in certain light. It has dark, almost black wings. Like other members of the genus "Synoeca", "S. surinama" has several specific identifying characteristics. More specifically, the head of "S. surinama" has a projecting vertex. Within the "Synoeca" genus, there is some variation regarding how concentrated punctation (small markings or spots) is on the first abdominal segment (propodeum). Unlike "S. chalibea" and "S. virginea", which have dense propodeal punctation, "S. surinama", "S. cyanea", and "S. septentrionalis" have less dorsal and lateral propodeal punctation.
The genus was described in 2014 based on the workers of a single species, "K. inusualis", originally described by Fernández (2007) and provisionally placed in "Monomorium" awaiting a better understanding of the internal relationships in Myrmicinae. "Kempfidris" has a series of distinctive morphological characters including the mandibular configuration, vestibulate propodeal spiracle, propodeal carinae, and cylindrical micro-pegs on the posteromedian portion of abdominal tergum VI and anteromedian portion of abdominal tergum VII. This last trait appears to be autapomorphic for the genus. Queens and males are unknown.
The Nyssonini are a group of cleptoparasitic bembicine wasps generally distinguished by the petiolate second submarginal cell of the forewing and rather strongly sculptured head and mesosoma (a common trait in cleptoparasitic wasps). Most species also bear sharp propodeal projections and spiny hind tibiae.
Ancistrocerus is a widely distributed genus of potter wasps present in many biogeographical regions of the world. They are nonpetiolate eumenine wasps with a transverse ridge at the bending summit of the first metasomal tergum and with a low and opaque propodeal lamella completely fused to the submarginal carina.
"Kempfidris" is known from Brazil, Ecuador and Venezuela. Despite the fact that this species is broadly distributed in South America, records of its occurrence are extremely scarce. Until recently, "Kempfidris inusualis" was known only from the type series examined by Fernández (2007) and a nest series collected in 2006. Despite its broad distribution, specimens of "K. inusualis" are relatively uniform in size and general aspect. The main differences regarding geographic variation involve slightly distinct propodeal shapes, such as a shorter dorsal face in the Ecuadorian specimens. Specimens from Rondônia, Brazil, differ from other conspecific workers by their darker color (almost black) and more prominent propodeal crests that form small denticles. Given the similarity among the samples examined, Fernández, Feitosa & Lattke (2014) decided to consider these morphological differences as intraspecific variation.
The mesosoma is half as broad than the head when viewed dorsally. The junction of the mesoscutellum (middle part of the scutellum) and the propdeums dorsal surface are indistinct; on two "Z. ferox" specimens, these body parts are slightly angled. The propodeal dorsums posterior margin is concave. The propleuron (the lateral exoskeletal plate of the prothorax) is well developed and the mesopleuron (the lateral exoskeleton plate of the mesothorax) is separated from the rest of the mesosoma by distinct sulci (deep grooves of the head). The propodeum is high and the propodeal spiracles (external openings) are slit-like and located around the mid-regions of the propodeal sides. The opening of the metapleural gland is semicircular and the metapleural bulla (the reservoirs) is developed. On the legs, the femora and tibiae are flattened and tibiae with anterior and posterior margins are bordered by a carina. The trochantellus (proximal end of the femur) is found on all legs, and the forelegs have patches of dense and elongated setae. The protibia has three spurs; the large spur ("calcar") is curved and the other two spurs are just as long as the calcar. Pretarsal claws are present with a subapical tooth.
There are several characteristics that separate "Ypresiomyrma" from other ant genera. The waist connecting the thorax and the abdomen in "Ypresiomyrma" is composed of a single segment. The head in each species varies in shape, and mandibles are a distinct triangular shape and shorter than the head capsule with eight to twelve teeth, although they are elongated. Queens of the genus are large, measuring over . Other characters include large, well developed eyes, a rounded propodeal dorsum and a noticeable stinger.
Lenomyrmex inusitatus is a Neotropical species of ant in the subfamily Myrmicinae. The worker of "Lenomyrmex inusitatus" is distinguished from other "Lenomyrmex" workers by smooth and shiny mesosoma with well-developed propodeal spines and by the foveolate-striate sculpture covering all the dorsal surface of its head. "L. inusitatus" has an unusual distribution since it is the single "Lenomyrmex" species recorded east of the Andes.
Tetramorium insolens is a species of ant in the genus "Tetramorium". It is a medium-sized orange ant that is mainly seen on vegetation, has a monomorphic work caste with 12-segmented antennae, three-segmented antennal club, short antennal scapes that do not surpass the posterior margin of the head, a gradually sloped mesosoma, and strong propodeal spines. It has two waist segments and a gaster with a stinger.
"M. castrator" is a relatively minuscule species, with the average wing length being about 1.07–1.23 millimeters. The head is rectangular in shape, measuring about 0.6 millimeters across the face. The antennae consist of 11 segments. The species has stout, sharp, propodeal spines. The body, which ranges between light and dark reddish-brown, is thinly covered in setae. The body surface is shiny and patterned with tiny hexagonal structures.
Myrmica cadusa is a species of ant. "Myrmica cadusa" differs from similar ants in the genus "Myrmica" by the external shape of the antennal socket, which is jar shaped. They forage on the ground surface. "Myrmica" are unique from other types of ants in many ways. These are their oval head, rounded clypeus, prominent frontal lobes and in most species, a strongly developed propodeal spine with two large nodes.
"A. rupicapra" was originally described in the genus "Pheidole (Pheidolacanthinus)". Its workers are 4 mm long. "A. polyrhachioides" is black, and "A. rupicapra" reddish-brown (as implied by its specific epithet which translates as "red goat", referring as well to the goat-horn like propodeal spines. The sole known rupicapra specimen was collected in the mountains of the Sepik River catchment by the German colonial Kaiserin Augustafluss Expedition (1912–13).
Closely resembling worker in the structure of the mandibles, clypeus, petiole, postpetiole and gaster in addition to sculpture, color and pilosity with the following differences. Larger. Eyes are much larger with diameter composed of ca. 12 facets. Three ocelli is present. Posterior head margin is weakly concave. Mesosoma is marked with wing sclerites and dorsal sutures. Wing shape and venation is unknown (only dealate specimens available for examination). Propodeal spines are either absent or reduced to acute angles. Dorsum of head is covered with scattered to abundant weakly impressed foveolae and smaller shallow punctures. Dorsum of mesosoma with more than 10 pairs of erect hairs.