Figure 2.81 (A D) Hypostome of male, female, nymph, and larva, respectively; (E H)
capitulum of male, female, nymph, and larva, respectively; (I L) coxa of male, female,
nymph, and larva, respectively; (M O) spiracular plates of male, female, and nymph,
Source: NIV. unpublished drawings.
Scutum: Scutum is slightly wider than long. Lateral margins straight and paral-
lel. Cervical grooves are arising slightly posterior of anterior scutal margin as nar-
row, short, parallel grooves, and continuing toward posterolateral scutal margin as
shallow, wider, diverging grooves. Punctations are large and medium size, larger
and more numerous in lateral fields, and fewer in median field.