The internal reproductive organs of the male include a pair of testes, each composed of about 37 follicles and connected to a short vas efferens; a pair of vasa deferentia; about 12 paired accessory glands; a twice folded ejaculatory duct and a membranous, extensible intromittent organ. The external structures of the male include a chitinous collar, pallial complex and ninth abdominal sternum. The internal reproductive organs of the female include a pair of ovaries, each composed of 11 ovarioles; paired lateral oviducts; a short median oviduct; a terminal genital chamber; a trilobed spermatheca attached to a spermathecal gland, and a pair of median glands. The external structures of the female include the ovipositor and its related sclerites and apodemes.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Widdows, Richard E. and Wick, James R.
"Morphology of the Reproductive System of Tetrix arenosa angusta (Hancock) (Orthoptera, Tetrigidae),"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 66(1), 484-503.
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