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|All Authors / Contributors:||James D Anderson|
|Notes:||Fig. 1. Typical stages in the courtship of A. m. croceum. a-b. Male rapidly approaches and mounts female. c. The clasping position. Note that the hindlimbs are extended. Arrows indicate rubbing movements initiated by the male immediately after clasping. d-d′. Dorsal and lateral views as the male dismounts. The tail is held at a slight angle until the pair begins to move. e-e′. The walking sequence. The male maintains the tail at nearly a right angle throughout. f-g. Spermatophore recovery by the female. Elevation of the tail is characteristic.
Fig. 2. The Spermatophore of A. m. croceum.