Setula

Set´u`la


n.1.A small, short hair or bristle; a small seta.
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First flagellomere elongate, slightly longer than scape and pedicel combined, without dorsal setula.
Hoja parcialmente dimorfica (la porcion apical fertil entera o menos dividida que la basal esteril pinnatisecta), escamas del rizoma con una setula terminal oblicua 12.
Antennal scape with two weak setulae, pedicel with one strong setula and one weak setula, and postpedicel not reaching past bottom third of eye; ca 2x length of pedicel.
98 [micron]m; setula ausente; agregados en una masa mucilaginosa.
Pedicel simple, short, expanded apically with row of setulae along anterior margin, setulae becoming progressively longer ventrally, 1 dorsal, erect setula.
Conidios agregados en masas mucilaginosas, acropleurogenos, elipsoidales, papilados, gutulados, pared lisa, sin septos, hialinos, de 13-15 x 7-8 [my]m, con una setula en cada extremo de 5 [my]m de largo.
Anepimeron setulose on upper portion, with one setula more developed.
8 clothed in black, irregular, overlapping setulae; 2 pairs of strong scutellar setae, 1 weak basal scutellar setula and 1 weak intermediate scutellar setula, the latter inserted closer to lateral than medial scutellar setae (0.
Silver-grey pruinose, as in mesonotum, with faint medial brown pruinose vitta basally (under some lights); intermediate scutellar setula (if present) inserted equidistant between lateral and medial scutellar setae.