Subquadrate

Sub`quad´rate


a.1.Nearly or approximately square; almost square.
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Underleaves small, 2-3 x wider than the stem, subquadrate, deeply bifid.
euryodon shows a clear reduction of the protoconal zone, such that the protocone cingulum is almost central and very reduced, whereas in Cynelos lemanensis the protoconal area is less reduced and is more subquadrate.
1C, E) subquadrate in lateral view, the posterior margin with a wisp of very long and black setae laterally, with a sclerotized and shallowly V-shaped median notch ventrally, the notch with a pair of oval-shaped processes on each side.
Frontal costa expanding between the antennae, decidedly converging below medium ocellus, flat with scattered impressed punctae from fastigium to medium ocellus and slightly convex between lateral carina; a dark subquadrate spot above antennae (Fig.
wahlbergi differs (inter alia) in having a relatively narrow basal denticle, in the form of an in-running ridge as opposed to a trigonal or subquadrate, transversely-set peg (see also Connolly 1939; Herbert & Kilburn 2004).
5 to 3 mm long, white and pink; anther cap subquadrate, with a truncate base and round apex, 2.
Pronotum subquadrate with anterior angles rounded, dorsum slightly convex, surface even, median lobe slightly impressed medially, posterior angles slightly acute, lateral margin acute, carinate posteriorly to the middle, ampliate in the middle, obsolete anteriorly; cervical sulcus moderately deep, extending from near coxal cavity to about 0.