Legs: all coxae are ventrobasally produced into a toothlet
, and ventro-apically elongated into drop-shaped tips, so that the ventral contours look two-tipped, particularly in middle and hind coxae.
The prosternal spines are very short, only a little longer (and more acutely pointed) than the ventrobasal toothlets
of the mid coxae, their length a little bit less than the diameter of the tips of the palps.
All three can be associated with an impacted tooth or dental structures in the form of toothlets
or masses of enamel and dentin.