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While the prothorax is strongly elon-gated in many Mantodea, the meso- and metathorax are short and morphologically quite similar to each other e. The close relationship between Empusidae and Hymeno-podidae was recovered, too. Such names usually refer to Linnean categories family, subfamily, tribus etc.
Of the remaining Thespidae Pseudothespis and Haania formed a monophyletic group more distally in the phy-logenetic tree. The genera Bantia Neotropical and Hoplocorypha Afrotropical were found to be monophy-letic.
Therefore they are possibly not autapomor-phic for Empusidae see chapter 4. Santanmantis axelrodi, ventral view. This is the case, for example, in Phyllocrania Fig.
Handlirsch a; Beier a, a; Zherikhin ; but see character 68 and chapter 4. The cerci of most Toxoderidae are strongly flattened and widened [e.
Parktikum ; note the head process and the lobes on legs and abdomen. Then again, Ehrmann Further-more, the only two members of Mantidae: From the perspective of wing morphology these data indicate a position of these three groups at the lower dichotomies of the phylogenetic tree. Tropidomantinae as their sister taxon.
Caput, scutellum, strong transverse folding nearly 90 degreesdistance between clypeus and fold equals distance between fold and interantennal sulcus: This will also include those structures that have previously been assumed to have evolved convergently.
Neither Thespidae, nor Thespinae or Oligonicinae were found to be monophyletic therein. As many of the so-believed basal taxa [Mantoida Fig. Vertical processes show a disjunctive distribution throughout the traditional mantodean classification. This indicates that the spines were not developed in these spaces or were possibly lost during nymphal development see also Henry Wherever Eumantodea may have originated, many of the modern Mantodea have been shown to have originated from sequential independent radiation events following Figs.
Toxodera maculata,detail of left eye in oblique anterior view. DELTA matrices consist of character states 1-n instead of 0-n. None of the remaining subfamilies were found to be monophy-letic. Same specimen, lateral view. Tarachodes, Galepsus Stl,Beier a: Together, Mantoida, Chaeteessa and Metallyticus currently comprise 20 described extant species see Ehr-mann ; Salazar-E.
In most species the pronotum with the exception of the lamellar expansions is not rectangular but has a more or less strongly curved outline.
However, the length of the transverse anterior part of the T-shaped sclerite in Eremiaphila has been misinterpreted by Wieland because only a dried specimen of E. The head processes have been conjectured to represent convergent developments of the diffe-rent taxa displaying them Roy Pronotum, length with respect to width excluding lateral lamellar expansions: In Drosophilidae apparently only few species show this character, whereas in Man-todea it is found in many species and has certainly evolved independently several times.
He included mostly Neotropical species with only few Nearctic taxa from North and Central Americathus being unable to address the phylogenetic relationships between the mantodean subgroups by omitting most of the phylogenetically important taxa including Metallyti-cus, Amorphoscelidae, Eremiaphilidae, Hymenopodidae, Toxoderidae, Sibyllidae, Tarachodidae and Empusidae which are all exclusively distributed throughout the Zoologiscges World. The spines of the raptorial forelegs are counted from proximal to distal.
Liturgusidaestick-shaped and grass-mantids e.
Wieland , The Phylogenetic System of Mantodea
Caput, scutellum, shape of dorsal edge: Details in der Morphologie der Kopffortstze machen deutlich, dass die indische Didymocorypha und die afrikanische Pyrgomantis, zwei uerlich nahezu identische Grasbewohner, ihre charakteristische Krperform unabhngig voneinander als Anpas-sung an das Leben in Grasland erlangt haben. None of these studies confirmed the assumed mono-phyly of Hymenopodidae or of any of its subgroups.
Anasigerpes, Amphecostephanus Rehn Each subfamily was represented by two species of the same genus. Hence, the fore-femoral groom- ing device femoral brush is located on the antero-distal surface of the fore femora.
The distance between fold and interanten-nal sulcus nearly equals the distance between the fold and the clypeus. The processes of two neighbouring antennomeres are bent in the same direction with opposite points of inflection, thus giving the impression of a bipectinate antenna Wood-Mason a: Again, an additional large postero-ventral tibial spine was found, kkentbal was argued to be a plesiomorphic trait Grimaldi In dried material from museum collec-tions it was often impossible to study character complexes that were concealed due to their position e.
Wieland studied 41 dictyopteran species 30 prxktikum of Mantodea but focused on a small number of characters from the cervical region, and did not calculate a phylogeny based on his data. Die bereinstimmung zwischen der morphologischen Rekonstruktion der Phylogenie und der traditionellen Klassi-fikation war grer als zwischen traditioneller Klassifikation und den Ergebnissen molekularer Analysen.
The zoolobisches intercervi-calis is unique to certain Mantodea and is entirely missing in Blattaria and Isoptera. Mantoidea has initially been used as a syn-onym for Mantodea, for example by Handlirsch a, b.
They are rather prominent in species that carry the head in a more or less prognathous position, as, for instance, Amor-phoscelinae, Paraoxypilinae Fig. Many structures have been shown to have evolved many times praktjkum in Mantodea, most likely due to com-parable selective pressures in the respective habitats. State 1 in the character states does not necessarily refer to the assumed plesiomorphic condition.
The fore femora carry an antero-ventral avfs and a postero-ventral pvfs row of okenthal, and one to four often oblique discoidal spines ds that are missing in Blattodea. Antennae of male, shape zoologixches antennomeres: This resembles the situation found in Ozologisches see also discussion of Liturgusidae in this chapter.
The forelegs probably represent a highly derived condi-tion that may have evolved convergently in either lineage Smart