Duviardia vansomereni (comb. n.), phallus. A. Entire phallic complex, lateral view. Fine stippling indicates remaining portions of the epiphallic membrane; B. As in A, but dorsal view. The epiphallus is twisted out of its normal position in this preparation; C. As in A, but entire epiphallic layer removed; D. As in C, but after removal of ectophallic cingulum and rami, showing endophallus and ectophallic arch. The arrow indicates the cut edge of the arch sclerite. E, F, G. Epiphallus in axial, dorsal and lateral views.

  Part of: Rowell CHF, Jago ND, Hemp C (2018) Revision of Aresceutica (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Catantopinae) with comments on related genera. Journal of Orthoptera Research 27(2): 107-118. https://doi.org/10.3897/jor.27.23441