Lateral propodeal area: The area that is located laterally on the propodeum, is delimited posteromedially by the lateral propodeal carina and is delimited laterally by the plica.
Malar striae: The anatomical cluster posterior to the malar sulcus that is composed of carinae radiating from the pleurostomal condyle.
Malar sulcus: The sulcus that extends between the ventral margin of the compound eye and the base of the mandible.
Mandible: The appendage that is encircled by one sclerite that is connected to the cranium proximolaterally and to the maxillo-labial complex proximomedially via conjunctivae and articulates with the cranium via the anterior and posterior cranio-mandibular articulations.
Margin: The line that delimits the periphery of an area.
Mesepimeral sulcus: The sulcus that extends along the posterior margin of the mesopectus, delimits the mesepimeral area and corresponds to the mesepimeral ridge.
Mesonotum: The area that is limited anteriorly by the pronotum, laterally by the basalare, axillary sclerites, subalare and the mesopectus and posterolaterally by the mesopostnotum and the metanotum.
Mesopleural carina: The carina that crosses the mesopleuron and limits ventrally the femoral depression.
Mesopleuron: The pleuron that is located in the mesothorax.
Mesoscutal suprahumeral sulcus: The sulcus that extends along the anterior margin of the mesoscutum between the anterior-most point of the preaxilla and the anteroadmedian line and corresponds to the vertical lobe of the mesoscutum.
Pronotum: The notum that is located in the prothorax.
Sensillum: A sense organ embedded in the integument and consisting of one or a cluster of sensory neurons and associated sensory structures, support cells and glial cells forming a single organized unit with a largely bona fide boundary.
Skaphion: The area that is anteriorly on the mesonotum and delimited posteriorly by the skaphion carina.
Spine: The process that lacks non-sclerotised ring at the base.
Submarginal vein: Basal-most portion of the forewing vein complex that occurs behind the costal cell; measured from the constriction that delimits the humeral plate to the point at which the vein touches the leading edge of the wing apically.
Submedian carina: The carina that arises from the anterior mandibular articulation that is located medially of the orbital carina and laterally of the frontal carina.
Metacoxa: The coxa that is located on the hind leg.
Metanotum: The alinotum that is located in the metathorax, is connected with the mesoscutellum and the mesopostnotum anteriorly and the acrotergite of the first abdominal tergum posteromedially.
Metapleural carina: The carina that delimits the metapleuron dorsally from the propodeum, extends from just ventral of the metapleural arm to the metacoxal articulation and passes anteroventral to the propodeal spiracle.
Metapostnotum: The area that is located anterior to the antecostal sulcus of the first abdominal tergum.
Mouthparts: The anatomical cluster that is composed of the labrum, epipharyngeal wall, hypopharyngeal wall (including the sitophore), mandibles, maxillae, labium and conjunctivae connecting them.
Netrion: The area that is located posteroventrally on the pronotum and corresponds to the site of origin of first flexor of the fore wing muscle.
Propodeum: The area of the metapectal-propodeal complex that is located posterior to the metapleural carina.
Radicle: The area that is located proximally on the scape, is limited distally by a constriction and bears proximally the basal knob.
Scape: The antennal segment that is proximal to the pedicel and is connected to the head via the radicle.
Sclerite: The area of the integument that is strongly sclerotised, with thick exocuticle and is surrounded by conjunctivae.
Sculpture: The area that is located on the sclerite and that is composed of repetitive anatomical structures.
Speculum: The area that is located dorsally on the mesopleuron, is delimited posteriorly by the mesepimeral ridge and corresponds to the site of origin of the dorsal mesopleuro-mesofurcal muscle.
Spiracle: The anatomical cluster that is composed of the distal end of the trachea and the margin of the sclerite or conjunctiva surrounding the spiracular opening.
Tegula: The sclerite that is located laterally of the preaxilla and obscures the anterior mesonoto-first axillary articulation and the mesopleuro-second axillary sclerite joints.
Vertex: The area that is delimited by the intersection of the margin of the compound eyes, the interorbital plane, and the anatomical line that is tangential to the point on the margin of the anterior ocellus which defines the minimum distance between the anterior ocellus and the oral foramen.
Wing: The area that is located in between the notum and the pleuron and is composed of the wing base and wing blade.
Wing base: The anatomical cluster that is composed of the pteralia, humeral complex, tegula and axillary cord.