Fig. 5. Diagnostic characteristics on the spiracle of greater and lesser wax moth larvae. The greater wax moth larvae spiracle (A) has a yellowish peritreme (arrowed, pale) of uniform thickness (also shown in the inset image redrawn from Ferguson 1987). The lesser wax moth spiracle (B) has a black peritreme that is thicker on the caudal margin (arrowed, also shown in the inset image redrawn from Ferguson 1987). Photographs: Lyle Buss, University of Florida.