Legs: consisting of
fore-legs, mid-legs and hind-legs. Each of these is divided into the coxa,
trochanter, femur, tibia and tarsus.
Ocelli: simple eyes on the head of
Palps: the two pairs of segmented
appendages to the mouthparts.
Pectinate: one of many forms of
antennae. Has many hair-like, adapted scale tufts on opposite sides.
Proboscis: a long modified tongue
used to suck nectar from flowers. Rolls under head when not in use.
Stigma: round or
kidney shaped markings on the forewing (see diagram)
Tarsus or foot:
fifth and final part of the leg (which is further segmented).
Tegula (plural -tegulae): area on
thorax near the base of the forewing (equivalent of shoulders).
Termen: the outer edge of
Tibia: the fourth section
(from the body) of