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 (lŏb′yə-lā′tĭd) also lob·u·late (-lāt′)
Having or consisting of lobules.
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(ˈlɒb yə lɪt, -ˌleɪt)

also lob′u•lat`ed,

consisting of, divided into, or having lobes.
lob`u•la′tion, n.
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Scutellum lobulate, antennae with last article penultimate ...........................
Pronotum broader than longer, sides crenulate, rounde d, hind an gles br oadly truncated, disc with deep and fine puncture, around sides feebly punctured with hard, suberrect vestiture, propleurae with depression for accomoding the anterior tarsi, base of prosternal spine with deep concavity; scutellum lobulate to subrectangular, medially keeled with dense hard vestiture; elytra widest at middle, gradually narrower behind, strial margin with grooved, interstriae with rows of hard, erect vestiture, apices rounded to truncated.
can be easily distinguished from the previously known species of the group by its smaller leaves which are only shallowly lobulate, faintly serrate and shortly petiolate and its distinctly smaller flowers.