Clypeus finely carinate
. Mandibles long, striated longitudinally, denticulate at inner margin.
Male terminalia: Hypoproct slightly bilobed, wider than cercus, with pair of posterior setae; aedeagus longer than hypoproct and parameres; parameres apically with 2 to 3 short setae; gonocoxite cylindrical; gonostylus attenuate, widest at base, tapering to narrow apex, setulose basally, carinate
beyond; apical tooth present.
17) with basal piece 0.6 times total length; median lobe 0.5 times total length, with dorsal midline carinate
, midlength with lateral wings up-curved and retrose; paramere 0.6 times total length, gradually broadening and dorsoventrally compressed apically, apex obliquely subtruncate, densely setose dorsally and ventrally; ventrally separate, articulate.
19E; A, See annex), lateral view of horizontal surface of propodeum forming an obtuse angle with the posterior vertical surface, which is not carinate
. Semicircular lunula not delimited by a carina, with radial plicae that do not reach its posterior margin, integument generally microtesellate posteriorly (Fig.
In the whole-head sample of the European plaice from southern Sweden treated in an earlier study, we documented small roundish to elongate low teeth with a marginal rim and with a convex crown surface equipped with a triangular sharp carinate
Elytra almost trapezoidal, convex, widest in basal 1/3, 1.6 times longer than wide at base and in middle, 2.4 times longer than wide at apical fourth, 2.5 times as long as pronotum; in basal quarter subparallel, further narrowing towards apex; elytral apex truncated with toothed portions; humeri smooth; elytral striae regular and distinct; intervals carinate
, 4.0 times as wide as striae; carinae of 2nd and 5th intervals broken.
Femur gradually thickened towards apex; middle femur carinate
and sometimes also in hind femur (Cherepanov, 1990).
Supranal plate ([female]) tectate, carinate
Petals exposed in the enlarging bud, yellow-green, glabrous, abaxially smooth or the lateral 4 slightly carinate
; lateral petals spreading to reflexed in age, with claw 1-1.4 mm long and limb 2-2.3 mm long, ca.
Green or grayish-brown; antennae monochromatic; fastigium acute, low, fairly elongate, with deep groove; Lateral sides of pronotum with vertical median grooves and with a conspicuous longitudinal carinate
fold above the lower margin (Fig.3b,e)
diameter <26 mm, but rarely more than 23 mm), carinate
at periphery; uniformly light brown when fresh, with a pale yellowish band around the umbilicus.