Figure

Wed, 2020-03-18 13:44 -- hwadmin
Summary: 
Male of Euhesma semaphore showing spatulate antenna. males often sit on the preferred flowers with antennae erect, so perhaps the expanded antennal tips function as flags, either to attract females or to warn off rival males.
Type: 
Figure
Sub Component: 
Normal
Slug: 
F35
Highwire: Type: 
fragment
Highwire: Parent: 
HighWire: Journal/Corpus Code: 
csirobk
Highwire: pisa_id: 
csirobk;9781486304073/1/BK07388_ch08/F35
Highwire: pisa_master: 
csirobk;9781486304073/1/BK07388_ch08/F35
HighWire: Atom Path: 
/csirobk/9781486304073/9781486304073/SEC11/F35.atom
Highwire: cpath: 
/content/9781486304073/9781486304073/SEC11/F35
Highwire: cpathalias: 
/content/csirobk/9781486304073/9781486304073/SEC11/F35
Image - Large: 
Image - Medium: 
Highwire: Variants: 
expansion
Image - Small: 
Highwire: State: 
Released
Contributors: 
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