Abdominal tergites and terminalia of Attaphila bergi. A–C: Male (Bo 1274). A: T1–5 (see also Fig. S1C), T1 without long bristles, the median specialisation, around the median scratch, is hardly visible (see Fig. 5D); B: T6,7; C: Terminalia, ventral view, with T8–10, cerci, and paraprocts. D, E: Female (Bo 1282). D: T2–5; E: T6,7. ― Abbreviations: ce cercus; ltga9 lateral tergal apodeme of tergite T9; msa1 anterior median specialisation of T1; PPr right paraproct; Tn tergite (numbered); Tn-a anterior border of tergite (numbered); Tn-p posterior border of tergite (numbered); trn transversal ridge of tergite (numbered).

  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