conchate

conchate

(ˈkɒntʃeɪt)
adj
conchiform
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According to Karsch (1890a), Othiaphysini (including Debrona and Tetraconcha) are characterised by undulate veinlets on the tegmina, fore tibiae with both conchate tympana, armed fore and mid femora, and short ovipositors as in Ephippithytae with crenulate upper margins.
Both inner and outer tympana of fore tibiae conchate. Cerci of male short incurved and pointed, subgenital plate more or less bilobed or pointed, styli absent.
Fore tibiae furrowed on dorsal side, distinctly widening above tympanum, conchate on both sides.
Fore tibiae furrowed above, distinctly widening above tympanum, conchate on both sides.
Fore tibiae furrowed dorsally, distinctly widening above tympanum, conchate on both sides.
The tibial tympana are conchate internally and are open on the external side.
Legs: Fore tibia normal, in cross-section quadrangular, tibial tympana with conchate cover on anterior (internal) side, open on posterior (external) side; mid tibia with dorsal margins little widened in basal half; hind femur widened in basal half, narrow in apical half.
Legs: Fore tibia normal (quadrangular), tibial tympana conchate on anterior (internal), open on posterior (external) side; mid tibia with dorsal margins little widened in basal half; hind femur widened in basal half, narrow in apical half; hind tibia with both dorsal margins strongly expanded conferring a leaf-like appearance (Fig.
Tympana unconcealed, only ventral margin slightly conchate. Fore tibiae over entire length with articulated spines on both ventral edges, and 1-3 similar spines on outer dorsal margin.
Legs: yellow to tawny in color, tympanic auricles conchate, area slightly inflated.
Tympanum on foretibia with symmetrical, inflated, conchate shields.