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Body of an insect

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Body of an insect (Hymenoptera), showing the principal divisions
A, head
B, thorax
C, abdomen
a, antenna
c, compound eyes
m, mandible
s, simple eyes
b, prothorax
d, mesothorax
k, metathorax
1W, fore-wing
2W, hind-wing
n, coxa
o, trochanter
p, femur
r, tibia
t, tarsus
1 to 9 segments of the abdomen.

Author
An Elementary Manual of New Zealand Entomology
Being an Introduction to the Study of Our Native Insects
Author: G. V. Hudson
Available from gutenberg.org
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