Manducatory


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Man´du`ca`to`ry


a.1.Pertaining to, or employed in, chewing.
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Chaetotaxy of coxae: 4: 4: 4: 5; manducatory process with two acuminate distal setae, anterior seta less than 1/2 length of medial seta; coxae II with seven terminally incised coxal spines on each side, set in oblique row; intercoxal tubercle absent; without sub-oral seta.
Pedipalpal coxa 5 setae (including 2 on manducatory process), distal marginal seta of the disk (dps) 0.050-0.055 mm long, areolar insertions of disk setae dps-mpslps forming a 50-54[degrees] angle; coxa I 3 + 2 marginal microsetae, distal marginal seta (dcs) 0.035-0.040 mm long; II 4 + 6-7 bipinnate coxal spines, III 5 + 4 bipinnate coxal spines and IV 5; intercoxal tubercle bisetose.
Coxae: pedipalpal coxa with 5 setae (including 2 on manducatory process), distal marginal seta of the disk (dps) 0.125-0.130 mm long, areolar insertions of disk setae dps-mps-lps forminga51-54[degrees] angle (Fig.
Pedipalpal coxa 5 setae (including 2 on manducatory process), distal marginal seta of the disk (dps) 0.070 mm long, areolar insertions of disk setae dps-mps-lps forming a 68[degrees] angle; coxa I 3 + 2 marginal microsetae, distal marginal seta (dcs) 0.040 mm long, seta dps distinctly longer than seta dcs; II 4-5 + 5-8 bipinnate coxal spines, III 5 + 6-8 bipinnate coxal spines and IV 5; intercoxal tubercle bisetose.
Manducatory process with 1 long distal and 1 long sub-distal seta, with sub-oral seta; remainder of maxilla with 40 ([??]), 42 ([??]) setae.
Manducatory process with 1 long distal and 1 shorter sub-distal seta, with sub-oral seta; remainder of maxilla with 26 ([??]), 38 ([??]) setae.