The femora of all the legs are striped lengthwise with brown and yellow.
The palpi (fig. 206) have the femora black and the patella white.
The legs have dark rings on the ends and middle of the femora and tibiæ.
The distance between the heads of the two humeri is practically the same as the distance between the femora.
Guinea-pigs which were thus treated showed no microscopic signs of scurvy in any of the ribs, in the tibi or the femora.
Abdomen ochraceous, black at the tip; femora testaceous at the base; halteres testaceous.
Vertex luteous, black hindward; femora with testaceous tips; bands of the wings partly connected.
The cephalothorax is dark brown or black, as are also the femora of all the legs and of the palpi.
The cephalothorax, abdomen, and femora of all the legs are bright orange color, with brilliant yellow and green reflections.
The front legs are orange brown, with the femora darker on the front and rear edges.