Aquatic Insect Anatomy - Thorax
|The thorax of a
stonefly nymph has three segements, pro-thorax, meso-thorax, and meta-thorax.
A pair of jointed legs is attached to each segment.
Each leg has a (coxa and trochanter, not visible in illustration) femur, tibia, and tarsi.
Fore wing pads are attached to the meso-thorax, and hing wing pads to the meta-thorax.
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