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An Intersex of the Grasshopper Caryanda yini Mao et Ren, 2006 (Orthoptera: Caryandinae)
Author of the article:WU Ai-guo1, MAO Ben-yong2, ZHANG Ya-zhi3, YANG Guo-hui2, SHI Xue-liang2
Author's Workplace:(1. Yunnan Institute of Endemic Diseases Control and Prevention, Dali, Yunnan Province 671000, China; College of Agriculture and Bioscience, Dali University, Dali, Yunnan Province 671000, China; 3. Faculty of Conservation Biology, Southwest Forestry University, Kunming 650224, China)
Key Words:grasshopper; intersex; gynandromorph; nematomorphs
Abstract:An intersex of partial masculinization, of the grasshopper Caryanda yini Mao et Ren, 2006, was reported for the first time. The individual possesses principally male characters, especially on well developed male genitalia and conical subgenital plate, and some typical female characters: tegmina brown, postocular bands on lateral abdominal tergite brown, tenth abdominal tergite without furculae on posterior margin, supra-anal plate triangular, cerci with apex straight, the individual is believed to be an intersex of partial masculinization. An unknown species of nematomorphs, found in the abdomen of the grasshopper, may have effects on ill-developed gonad and lead to the formation of the intersex.
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