digitiform


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digitiform

(ˈdɪdʒɪtɪˌfɔːm)
adj
(Biology) shaped like a finger
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13, 14): valva furcate with digitiform and apical part of ampulla right-angled; uncus partly elongated and hooked; saccus blunt shaped; ductus bursae longer than corpus bursae in the female genitalia (Fig.
Ventral cirri digitiform, arising distally on parapodial lobes.
These include long-stalked capitate trichomes, short-stalked capitate trichome, and digitiform and conoidal trichomes [18] and this supports the current study whereby P.
1); Scape subcylindrical, pedicel spherical, flagellomeres 1-11 nodiform, 11th and 12th fused, 12th-13th reduced (14th lost, antenna broken), ascoids Y-shaped, palpal formula: 1,0:1,1:1,1:-(apical segment lost, palpus broken), labellum with three apical digitiform setae ('teeth').
The epithelium was found with digitiform projections and fibrovascular connective tissue centers containing mononuclear inflammatory infiltrate (Figure 1(a)).
PLS three-segmented, length 2.40, basal segment 1.07, middle segment 0.52, apical segment 0.81, all digitiform. PMS one-segmented, length 0.52.
Members of the genus Pinnotheres have a carpus shorter than the propodus and a digitiform dactylus that is proximally inserted on the ventral margin of the propodus, falling short of the tip of this latter article (Figs.
The male paraprocts, each of which should have a digitiform process or distinct apical lobe diagnostic of the subfamily (Gorochov 2007) are shrunk and practically invisible in the holotypes, the only males on hand at this moment (my collection is split between Germany and Argentina).