Tribe Pargaini: morphology. Figs 341–356. Parga spp.: 341–350. Antennae: 341–343. P. musanae: 341. Male (Uganda, Soroti); 342. Male (Tanzania, Mkomasi); 343. Female, same; 344, 345. P. taeniata: 344. Male (Tanzania, Old Shinyanga); 345. Female (Tanzania, Kisulu); 346–349. P. xanthoptera: 346. Female, (Tanzania, 8ml. S. of Chala mission); 347. Male (Tanzania, Ufipa); 348. Female, (Uganda, Tororo); 349. Female, (Tanzania, S. of Chala mission); (line alongside 348 and 349 indicates length of head and pronotum); 350. P. cyanoptera, male. Figs 351, 352. Posterior femoral knee lobes from dorsal view (left leg): 351. P. xanthoptera; 352. P. musanae; 353. P. xanthoptera, apex of abdomen. Figs 354–356. Male epiphalli: 354. P. xanthoptera; 355. P. musanae; 356. P. taeniata. Figs 357–359. Machaeridia bilineata: 357. Male head and pronotum, dorsal view left, compared with Machaeridia conspersa right; 358. Epiphallus (from Hollis 1966); 359. Female spermathecal duct. Figs 360–364. Phryganomelus spp. Ph. phalangidus: 360. Head, pronotum, antennae and tegmen in profile; 361. Abdominal apex from above; 362. Epiphallus. Ph. romi: 363. Female spermatheca and dorsal aspect of subgenital plate. Ph. auriventer: 364. Male abdominal apex from above. All scale lines represent 1 mm: Scale line under Fig. 360 applies also to Figs 341–353, 357, 359–361, 362, 364; that under Fig. 362 also applies to Figs 354–356, 358.

 
 
  Part of: Popov GB, Fishpool LDC, Rowell CHF (2019) A review of the Acridinae s. str. (Orthoptera: Acridoidea: Acrididae) of eastern Africa with taxonomic changes and description of new taxa. Journal of Orthoptera Research 28(1): 37-105. https://doi.org/10.3897/jor.28.29312