Male terminalia, showing the dorso-ventrally flattened styli (bottom) and the cerci (center).
Each cercus has a large, inner, subterminal claw and a tiny, outer one that is at the base
of the inner one. (The smaller one is considered subterminal rather than terminal
the apex of the cercus is distal to it.)
Automontage photograph by Lyle Buss, University of Florida.