declivous

declivous

(dɪˈklaɪvəs)
adj
1. having a declining slope or gradient
2. zoology having a declining slope
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8, 9, 10) with blade bearing approximately 32 teeth, each tooth subtriangular, declivous posteriorly, with uncountable denticles throughout entire dorsal margin; preapical ventral prominence present; apical portion with denticles on ventral margin, apex rounded.
Basal face of propodeum longer than declivous face, unarmed.
1mm; lower face weakly swollen (Figure 9), antennae inserted subvertically, region behind ocelli steeply declivous, but not concave; lower face in anterior view, about 0.
Clypeus well-developed, declivous with respect to frons; shape rectangular with rounded angles, margin broadly reflexed and dark; clypeal apex with brown, short setae on ventral side.
Pronotum: Much wider than long, strongly declivous anteriorly; anterior collar distinctly developed, delimited posteriorly by a deep transverse furrow, lateral portions thickened; lateral margin narrowly explanate, not projecting anteriad and ventrad, but distinctly elevated dorsad around its middle, distinctly emarginated anteriad of humeri in dorsal view; humeral angle rounded, obtuse, distinct; posterolateral angle very broadly rounded, obsolete (Figs.