Synonyms for prothorax or Related words with prothorax

pronotum              mesosoma              mesonotum              metasoma              elytra              clypeus              prosoma              cephalothorax              opisthosoma              mesothorax              metathorax              tergites              propodeum              chelicerae              pygidium              postpetiole              parapodia              tegmina              cirri              prostomium              metanotum              rhinophores              subtriangular              tergum              terga              prolegs              ocelli              cerata              patagia              elytron              sternites              hemelytra              telson              palps              scutes              ocellus              denticle              sclerotized              tubercules              chelipeds              pedipalps              headshield              tergite              frons              chelae              denticles              tubercles              cerci              odontodes              mesoscutum             

Examples of "prothorax"
"Lagria cuprina" can reach a length of about . Body is oblong, prothorax is almost square, thorax and prothorax are densely punctuated. Elytra are reddish or coppery.
The orange-yellowish prothorax is the best way to identify the species.
The mantis thorax consists of a prothorax, a mesothorax, and a metathorax. In all species apart from the genus "Mantoida", the prothorax, which bears the head and forelegs, is much longer than the other two thoracic segments. The prothorax is also flexibly articulated, allowing for a wide range of movements of the head and fore limbs while the remainder of the body remains more or less immobile.
The species is long and winged. The setae is adpressed and short. Prothorax is transverse
The prothorax of those species is smooth with the whole upper surface is usually green.
An important identifying characteristic is its mesothorax, which is never more than three times as long as the prothorax.
Both sexes are red, with black colured head, legs, and antennae. The female prothorax is red, while males is black.
The cryptic mantis ("Sibylla pretiosa") is a species of mantis found in southern Africa. They grow to about 45 mm in length, and have a long and thin prothorax. The distinctively ornamented species has projections on the head, prothorax and four femurs. They live on tree bark in woodlands.
The larva is stout, tapering anteriorly; head deeply bifid, the divisions pointed; prothorax produced to two points anteriorly, body nearly cylindrical, with slight lateral flange, surface strongly granulated with whitish; green with white subdorsal lines, pink lateral hne and usually tipped with pink on the points of head and prothorax and at anus; tubercles and setae dark, but minute.
"Monachidium lunum" can reach a length of . These locusts show an astonishing aposematic pattern. Head and prothorax are yellow tan, prothorax has a high fairing, elytra are blackish green opaque, with trasversal yellow bands. Wings are dark blue, sometimes metallic violet. The abdomen is red and black. Antennae are yellow. Legs and tarsi are red.
Consistent with all insects, the anatomy of the termite thorax consists of three segments: the prothorax, the mesothorax and the metathorax. Each segment contains a pair of legs. On alates, the wings are located at the mesothorax and metathorax. The mesothorax and metathorax have well-developed exoskeletal plates; the prothorax has smaller plates.
Emuelloidae are a small superfamily of trilobites, a group of extinct marine arthropods, that lived during the late Lower Cambrian (late Botomian) of the East Gondwana supercontinent, in what are today South-Australia and Antarctica. Emuelloidea can be recognized by having a prothorax consisting of 3 or 6 segments, the most backward one of which is carrying very large trailing spines. Behind it is the so-called opistothorax. There are two families, the Emuellidae (with a prothorax of six segments) and the Megapharanaspididae (with a prothorax of three segments).
The prothorax on this conehead is shielded by a large pronotum that extends from over the cervix (neck) on the anterior side to cover the mesothorax and most of the metathorax on the posterior side, as well as covering the pleura on the prothorax. The pronotum of the prothorax may be simple in structure and small in comparison with the other nota, but in beetles, mantids, many bugs, and some Orthoptera, the pronotum is expanded, and in cockroaches, it forms a shield that covers part of the head and mesothorax.
"Sphingnotus mirabilis" can reach a length of . Head, prothorax and elitra have a brilliant metallic blue colour. Elyra bears two trasversal whitish or azure bands.
The length of the adults is . The prothorax has the setae lifted around the midline. The outer dorsal has shoulder stripes.
Adult size is . The species have longitudinal furrow between the eyes, and are yellowish-green. Their prothorax is unpunctured and smooth, with dense dark hairs.
"Myrmecia flammicollis" resembles the "M. petiolata". The body back of the "Myrmecia flammicollis" is black while prothorax is largely or completely an orange-red colour.
The length of the adults is . The prothorax is without raised bristles. The outer dorsal stripe is nearly twice the suture, which is slightly narrower than the shoulder.
Adults are long. The species are of light-green colour, but can come in yellow or brown. The species lacks femoral spurs, and have densely pitted prothorax.
The species is in length and is either black or dark brown in colour with a greenish wings on long elytron which also have dark brown pubescence. Its legs are light brown. The species also have an elongate aedeagal apex which is at least four times as long and wide as its prothorax. As far as prothorax goes, it is wide to the front with contracted sides and blunt hind angles.