sinuose

sinuose

(ˈsɪnjʊˌəʊs)
adj
sinuous
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Intermediate valve beaked, tegmentum a little wider than long, very reduced in the anterior portion, with anterolateral margins sinuose in the upper part, almost straight and obliquely directed in the lower one; sutural laminae very large, separated anteriorly by a wide sinus; lateral margins oblique, with a single slit.
III) sinuose, manubrium vestige with one median setae H.
punctulata is certainly the most easily recognizable species of the genus, both for its coloration of tegmina (with purplebrown appearance and black spots), male cerci (short, arcuate, depressed in apical half, strongly sinuose when viewed from posterior side, with apex bearing a terminal spine) and female ovipositor (first gonocoxa large, very slightly concave).
Aedeagus represented by 2 stout, slightly sinuose, convergent sclerites, each with basal tip curved laterad, distal tip curved, pointed.
2I) become longitudinally elongate, always very irregular, sinuose and intersecting each other, giving the appearance of a network of irregular and elongate pits.
Aedeagus with sclerotized support, provided with preapical, long sinuose projections at each side.