Schematic drawing of the sclerotised part of a Donaciinae aedeagus. The given terms of orientation do not refer to the position within the male abdomen nor within the female during copulation since these structures are rotated during mating. The median lobe is shaded grey. Paramere, tegminal ring and manubrium compose the tegmen.

  Part of: Schmitt M, Uhl G (2015) Functional morphology of the copulatory organs of a reed beetle and a shining leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Donaciinae, Criocerinae) using X-ray micro-computed tomography. In: Jolivet P, Santiago-Blay J, Schmitt M (Eds) Research on Chrysomelidae 5. ZooKeys 547: 193–203.