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Fig. 4 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

Fig. 4

From: Two’s company, three’s a crowd: co-occurring pollinators and parasite species in Breynia oblongifolia (Phyllanthaceae)

Fig. 4

Reproductive structures of Epicephala moths collected from Breynia oblongifolia. Left side, species (b), right side, species (a). Males: a and b Male genitalia, c and d Phallus. Females: e and f Female genitalia. Labels refer to valvae (Vl), cucullus (Cl), vesicle (Vs), sternite (St), lamella postvaginalis, antrum (An), ductus bursae and ductus seminalis (Ds)

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