Quadrilobate

Quad`ri`lo´bate


a.1.Having four lobes; as, a quadrilobate leaf.
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Although cross-shaped phytoliths could sometimes be described as quadrilobate, they are here included among bilobate forms.
It is inspired by the Venus of Willendorf, primeval symbol of female fecundity, as well as by the completely male, quadrilobate design of the tsuba, the Japanese sword guard.
morenoi male has a pronotal quadrilobate prominence with lobes linked by thick carinae; the prominence is flanked by broad concavities (In Panama, there has been dimorphism between males with respect to prominence pronotal); the declivitous surface of the pronotum beneath the carina is smooth, without sculpturing (Figure 2b); and the parameres have a wide subapical tooth (EDMONDS & ZIDEK, 2010) (Fig.