lineolate


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lin·e·o·late

 (lĭn′ē-ə-lāt′)
adj.
Marked with fine lines.

[New Latin līneolātus, from Latin līneola, diminutive of līnea, thread, line; see line1.]

lineolate

(ˈlɪnɪəˌleɪt) or

lineolated

adj
(Biology) marked with very fine parallel lines
[C19: from Latin līneola, diminutive of līnea line1]
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Striae uniseriated, lineolate, slightly radiate all along the valve, central striae more distant; the striae run without interruption on the valve mantle.
Head and mesosoma finely imbricate, punctures stronger and denser ([mayor que o iqual a] PD) on frons and vertex; basal area of propodeum weakly striate, striae ending before smooth and shiny distal margin, integument otherwise granular; metasoma finely lineolate with minute and sparse punctures.
Head and mesosoma dull, finely imbricate between punctures, punctures stronger and denser ([menor que o iqual a]PD) on frons and vertex; lower gena lineolate, hypostomal area shiny; basal area of propodeum with several irregular longitudinal striae, integument otherwise imbricate; metasoma shiny, finely lineolate with minute and sparse (1-2x PD) punctures.