A–D: Head structures of Attaphila species, head made transparent by treatment with KOH. A: Entire head with focus on antennae and circumantennal pit (inset: median part, darkened). B: Entire head with focus on mouthparts (cardo and stipes seen behind circumantennal pit; inset: scheme of mandibular dentition in anterior view, mdl = left, mdr = right, elements above transversal line belonging to mola). C: Entire head with left antenna rectangularly bent between scapus and pedicellus. In A‒C different levels of tentorium visible internally. D: Base of right antenna and surrounding parts of head capsule at higher magnification, also showing dorsal excavation at distal end of scapus allowing the strong bend shown in C. E–H: Thoracic nota of Attaphila species. E: All thoracic nota of a female, stretched. F: Pronotum of a male. G, H: Right part of metanotum of males with the strongly reduced hindwing. ― Species: A–C: A. aptera, male (A, B: Bo 1224), larval female (C: Bo 1243); D: A. fungicola, male (Bo 1229); E, G: A. bergi, female (Bo 1239), male (Bo 1283); F, H: A. paucisetosa, male (Bo 1240). ― Abbreviations: ata anterior tentorial arm; atb anterior tentorial bridge; atp anterior tentorial pit; car cardo of maxilla; cap circumantennal pit (with sharp dorsal edge capd visible and bottom capb of the pit shining through); cc coronal cleavage line; cpe compound eye; ct corpotentorium; fc frontal cleavage line; fl fagellum (all antennomeres following pedicellus, numbered from base as fl1 etc.); hw hindwing; hwar level of (reduced) hindwing articulation; li lacinia; lp labial palpus (I‒III: palpomeres); md mandible (left mdl, right mdr; I‒IV: tip and incisivi); mo mola of mandible; mp maxillary palpus (I‒V: palpomeres); N thoracic notum (N1 pro-, N2 meso-, N3 metanotum); pc pedicellus; pta posterior tentorial arm; sc scapus; sc-pc scapus-pedicellus articulation; scex dorsal excavation at distal end of scapus; s-chA field of sensilla chaetica A; s-cpf row of sensilla campaniformia; sti stipes of maxilla; tp tentorial perforation.

  Part of: Bohn H, Nehring V, Rodríguez JG, Klass K-D (2021) Revision of the genus Attaphila (Blattodea: Blaberoidea), myrmecophiles living in the mushroom gardens of leaf-cutting ants. Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 79: 205-280. https://doi.org/10.3897/asp.79.e67569