H. E. Jacques, How to Know the Insects, 2nd ed., Wm. C.
Brown, 1947
In several orders of insects wing structures play an important
part in identification. Typical wings of four of these orders are here pictured.
The usual abbreviations have been employed in designating the veins as
follows:—C, Costa; Sc, Subcosta; R, Radius; M, Medius; Cu, Cubitus; A, Anal.

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