Meron: in Neuroptera, a sclerite posterior to the coxa and below the epimeron: corresponds to the trochantine in Lepidoptera.
Its egg was attached to the coxa of the midleg of the cockroach.
A set of dorso-ventral muscles moving the coxa of each limb in its socket.
The coxa is the joint that connects the leg with the trunk of the insect.
The first of these is called the 'coxa', and is succeeded by a short joint called the 'trochanter'.
In one of the legs determine the coxa, trochanter, femur, tibia and tarsal segments.
The one next the body we will mark I, and we will call it the coxa.
In the former movement the foreleg flexes sharply upon itself until the tarsal brush and coxa nearly meet.
Thus in Tettigonia F. it is bilobed, and between it and the coxa two small pieces are inserted.
First lateral suture: Odonata; starts from beneath base of front wing behind humeral suture and meets it behind second coxa.