Bell beaker culture; Drosophila; Wings (Anatomy)
Campaniform sensilla have been described from the wings, mouthparts, legs, and other parts of the insect body. These small sense organs were known under several terms until Berlese ( 1909) applied the term "campaniformi" because of their dome, or bell-shaped character. Numerous functions have been suggested for these organs which seem to be stress receptors of some sort. Very few attempts have been made to utilize these sensilla as taxonomic characters.
Hamrum, C. L.,
Glass, A. W.,
Campaniform sensilla Patterns on the Wings of Drosophila.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 29 No.1, 240-244.
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