A élytre one of both Aile S former, is hardened and corneas, which recover at rest the posterior wings of some Insectes, in particular those about the Coléoptère S, the made-to-order of a case. The name of the coleopters comes besides from Latin coleus , case.
During the flight, the élytres do not beat; they are simply raised to allow the movement of the posterior wings.
In certain groups, the élytres amalgamated, which makes the insect unable to fly: for example, the carabes.
The élytres do not carry a system of Nervure S and Cellule S (as described in the Système Comstock Needham) but generally carry scratches, longitudinal furrows, and striation spaces, spaces between these furrows. The élytres can also be perfectly smooth or then carry bumps or outgrowths.
In the sub-order of the Orthoptères Ensifère S (like the cricket S or the éphippigère S), the élytres are provided with a “archer” and a Plectrum on which to rub and are used as body stridulatoire, thus rocking the nights our campaigns.
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