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The morphology and histology of the male reproductive system in Apodiphus amygdali (Germar, 1817) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)
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This paper reveals the morphology and histology of the adult male reproductive system in the stink bug, Apodiphus amygdali (Germar, 1817), using light and scanning electron microscopy. Males have a pair of testes situated laterally to the alimentary canal, a pair of elongated cylindrical vasa deferentia and seminal vesicles, which join in a complex bulbus ejaculatorius, a ductus ejaculatorius, a pair of ectodermal sacs, a pair of accessory glands, and the phallus. Each testis consists of sevendoi:10.9784/leb2(1)ozyurt.01 fatcat:knffe77wjjaepbd3kq4f7aybqa