Legs of left side (A–G) or right side (H) of female Attaphila paucisetosa (A: Bo 1235, B–D, H, G: PT Bo 1226), anterior view, made transparent by treatment with KOH. Hindleg (A, B), midleg (C), and foreleg (D, G [left leg regenerated, with only four tarsomeres], H [right leg with five tarsomeres]), with conventional terminology of tibial spines. E and F show a general scheme of cockroach tibia spination of the foreleg (E) and midleg (F; similar on hindleg) (tibia base on top, tibia cut along ventral midline and spread, spine bases represented by circles filled with different colours according to groups of spines) and distal part of tibia of fore- (E), mid-, and hindleg (F) of Attaphila (from B, C, D, 1.5× enlarged), with spine terminology according to Klass et al. (2009) and unpublished work by K.-D. Klass and coworkers. G and H show tarsus of left (G) and right (H) foreleg enlarged (compare D); white arrow in G pointing to dorsal vestige of subdivision between tarsomeres 1 and 2. ― Abbreviations: co coxa; colb coxal lobelet; tc trochanter; fe femur; fegr ventral groove of femur which can take up part of tibia during strong flexion as shown in (A) (bottom of groove indicated); fane and fpoe antero- resp. posteroventral edge flanking femoral groove; ti tibia; tiaa and tiap anterior resp. posterior articulation of tibia with femur; tivt ventral basal tendon of tibia; dft dorsal fold on apical margin of tibia; itts intertibiotarsal sclerite; pdta posterodorsal tibiotarsal articulation (on opposite side of leg); ta1–5 tarsomeres 1–5; ptcl claws of pretarsus; ptar arolium of pretarsus; gs genicular spine of femur. Spines of tibia (see Supplement 1 for complete abbreviations): as apical spines (= terminal spines Tt1‒5 plus distal mediodorsal spine Td1m [mid- and hindleg] or distal anterodorsal spine Td1ma [foreleg]); ds dorsal spines (= dorsal spines Td excluding Td1m [mid- and hindleg] and Td1ma [foreleg]); vs ventral spines (= ventral spines Tv).

  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