Figure 44 from: Lehmann T, Heß M, Melzer R (2014) Common littoral pycnogonids of the Mediterranean Sea. Zoosystematics and Evolution 90(2): 163-224. https://doi.org/10.3897/zse.90.7520

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    Figure 44 - Endeis spinosa, female; A: Dorsal view of trunk; scale 1 mm; B: Ocular tubercle; scale 100 µm; C: Right lateral process 3 without protuberance; scale 100 µm; D: Coxa 1 of right 3rd leg without protuberance; scale 100 µm; E: Right 3rd leg; scale 1 mm; F: Genital opening on ventral side of coxa 2; scale 40 µm; G: Abdomen; scale 200 µm

    Figure 25 from: Brunke A, Solodovnikov A (2014) A revision of the Neotropical species of Bolitogyrus Chevrolat, a geographically disjunct lineage of Staphylinini (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae). ZooKeys 423: 1-113. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.423.7536

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    Figure 25 - Female tergite X. Bolitogyrus costaricensis (Wendeler) (A–D), holotype (A); holotype of Bolitogyrus nevermanni (Scheerpeltz) (B); Bolitogyrus buphthalmus (Erichson) (E–F), paralectotype of Bolitogyrus cyanescens (Sharp) (E); Bolitogyrus bechyneorum (Scheerpeltz) (G); Bolitogyrus newtoni Brunke (H); Bolitogyrus erythrurus (Kraatz) (I–K), syntype (I); Bolitogyrus sallei (Kraatz) (L). Scale bar = 0.5 mm

    FIGURE 1 in A new genus and species of Solenoceridae (Crustacea, Decapoda, Dendrobranchiata) from the Cretaceous (Aptian/Albian) of the Araripe Sedimentary Basin, Brazil

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    FIGURE 1. Map of the Araripe basin showing the geographic position of Trindade, northeast Brazil. The sequences of the Araripe basin are indicated with different shades of gray. Modified from Saraiva et al. 2018

    Figures 27-32 from: Fernandez N, Theron P, Rollard C, Leiva S (2014) The family Carabodidae (Acari, Oribatida) VIII. The genus Machadocepheus (first part) Machadocepheus leoneae sp. n. and Machadocepheus rachii sp. n. from Gabon. ZooKeys 456: 1-28. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.456.8570

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    Figures 27-32 - Machadocepheus leoneae sp. n., adult female. Optical observations. 27 posterior general view (1) 28 fontal view (1) 29 prodorsum and anterior notogastral zone, posterior view (2) 30 notogastral posterior view (2) 31 notogastral ornamentation, rounded fovea (2) 32 promontories with dm, dp setae (1). Abbreviations: see "Material and methods". Scale bar: 27–29 = 100 μm; 28–32 = 50 μm

    Figure 1 from: Hershler R, Liu H-P, Simpson JS (2015) Assembly of a micro-hotspot of caenogastropod endemism in the southern Nevada desert, with a description of a new species of Tryonia (Truncatelloidea, Cochliopidae). ZooKeys 492: 107-122. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.492.9246

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    Figure 1 - Map showing the location of Blue Point Spring relative to other geographic areas discussed in the text. The collecting localities for specimens of Pyrgulopsis sanchezi and Tryonia clathrata (sister taxa of Blue Point Spring endemics) used in the molecular phylogenetic analyses are also shown

    FIGURE 3 in New genus and species of the family Niphargidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Senticaudata), Chaetoniphargus lubuskensis gen. nov., sp. nov. from Croatia

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    FIGURE 3. Chaetoniphargus lubuskensis gen. nov., sp. nov., cave Lubuška jama, Velebit Mt., Croatia, female 3.9 mm (holotype): A= labium; B= left gnathopod 2 propodus, outer face; C= distal corner of left gnathopod 2 propodus, outer face [S=corner S-spine; M= facial M-setae; R= subcorner R-spine]; D= pereopod 3, outer face; E= dactylus of pereopod 3; F= pereopod 4

    Figures 196-199 from: Burks R, Masner L, Johnson N, Austin A (2013) Systematics of the parasitic wasp genus Oxyscelio Kieffer (Hymenoptera, Platygastridae s.l.), Part I: Indo-Malayan and Palearctic fauna. ZooKeys 292: 1-263. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.292.3867

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    Figures 196-199 - Oxyscelio flavipennis (Kieffer), female (OSUC 188474) 196 Head and mesosoma, lateral view 197 Head and mesosoma, dorsal view 198 Head, anterior view 199 Metasoma, dorsal view. Morphbank6

    Figure 6 from: Jia L, Guo-dong R, You-Zhi Y (2013) Descriptions of eleven Opatrini pupae (Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) from China. ZooKeys 291: 83-105. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.291.4780

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    Figure 6 - 1–9 Melanesthes (Melanesthes) jintaiensis Ren, 1992 1 Pupal habitus in dorsal view 2 Pupal habitus in lateral view 3 Pupal habitus in ventral view 4 Pronotum 5 Head 6 Urogomphi in dorsal view 7 Urogomphi in ventral view 8 Lateral process of abdominal tergite V 9 Lateral process of abdominal tergite VII

    Figures 16-20 from: Bai H-F, Jin X-X, Li C-D (2015) A taxonomic study of Ooctonus (Hymenoptera, Mymaridae) from Heilongjiang, China. ZooKeys 479: 25-36. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.479.9041

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    Figures 16-20 - Ooctonus saturn, female (Jianlagou): 16 antenna 17 fore wing 18 hind wing 19 mesosoma, dorsal 20 gaster. Scale bars = 100 μm
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