Bodypainting. Fantastische Gesichter - verzauberte Haut. by Matthias von Matuschka

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J. ) 132: Dorsal view; 133: lateral view. ZYGAENID MORPHOLOGY zygaenid larvae resemble lycaenid larvae and are also found on the same host-plants. Either group might gain from the other’s chemical protection or even from the ants that are very often symbiotic with the larvae of lycaenids (Naumann, Tarmann and Tremewan 1999: 18). Some colourful chalcosiine larvae also resemble limacodid larvae that are also well protected by toxins. For an account of the larval defence system of zygaenids see p.

Their colour varies from pale yellowish green or whitish green to bright yellow or orange. The eggs are laid singly, in small rows, in single flat layers or in pyramidal or irregularly shaped batches. They are attached to the substrate by a secretion from the female glandula sebacea. In Zygaeninae and most Procridinae they are additionally coated with a sticky proteinaceous secretion or by urticating spiny scales. Oviposition of single eggs is considered to represent the ancestral egg-laying pattern, and pyramidal or irregular batches the derived pattern; the latter can be clearly seen in the Zygaeninae (Naumann, Tarmann and Tremewan 1999: text-fig.

E. ) 87: lateral view; 88: lateral view, detail, ‘procridine chaetosema’; 89: lateral view, detail, eyelash; 90: detail, compound eye; 91: detail, compound eye, with inter-ommatidial seta. 25 26 ZYGAENID MOTHS OF AUSTRALIA 92 93 1 mm 94 95 96 97 Figs 92–97. Male antenna of Adscita (Adscita) statices (Linnaeus, 1758) (Procridini). (E. ) 92: Entire view; 93: detail, distal part; 94: detail, distal part (high magnification); 95: detail, tip of antenna (high magnification); 96–97: detail, pectinations.

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