Infumate

In´fu`mate


v. t.1.To dry by exposing to smoke; to expose to smoke.
[imp. & p. p. Infumated ; p. pr. & vb. n. Infumating.]
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The tegmina are boldly spotted in black, and the wings are almost transparent, slightly infumate, with brown longitudinal venation.
Wings reduced, cycloid, greyish, infumate along their anterior edge and around their margins, with very coarse cross venation.
Elytra if present densely reticulate, wings cycloid, blackish in color except in Bactrophora, where they are orange, and Mezentia, where they are sometimes clear, sometimes infumate. Tympanum present or absent.
Anterior two pairs of legs yellow; hind legs with coxa yellowish, with black marks, on inner and outer sides, trochanters blackish apically yellowish; trochantellus dorsally blackwish, lateroventrally yellowish, femur basally and subapically black, yellowish brown centrally and apically, hind tibia black, centrally yellowish brown, tarsus black; fore wing hyaline, apically weakly infumate; pterostigma brown.
Poecilocloeus: male cercus always curved dorsally; wings infumate but not colored; inferior aedeagal valves not wrapped around the upper valve.