a.1.Resembling a pore, or small puncture.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Distinguishing characters of the Lachninae include: (1) anal plate whole, (2) cauda broadly rounded or arc-shaped, (3) processus terminalis of antennal segment VI noticeably shorter than base of this segment, (4) ultimate rostral segment with 2 clearly differentiated portions, (5) head bearing an epicranial suture is well separated from prothorax, (6) empodial setae short and fine, (7) secondary sensoria subcircular or slightly ovoid, (8) antennae usually shorter than body (slightly longer than the body in some species), and (9) siphunculi troncoconic, short and robust (more or less volcano-like) with associated setae, or small at distal ring (poriform).