scrobe

scrobe

(skrəʊb)
n
(Zoology) a groove on an insect's body near its antenna
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Hockeria manii Narendran, 1987 Diagnosis Scrobe narrow but not shallow, not reaching front ocellus.
Some of that work made it into the Maritime Transportation Act of 2002, but the end result lacked teeth, according to Peter Scrobe, chair of the AIMU Cargo Loss Prevention Committee and vice president of Starr Marine, division of Starr Indemnity & Liability Company.
"The ultimate goal," says Peter Scrobe vice chairman of the National Cargo Security Council, "is to protect oar supply chain and economy without impeding the progress of getting goods from source to destination.
"The attention now is on the movement of ships, containers and the cargo they carry," said Peter Scrobe, a cargo loss specialist who serves as chairman of the legislative committee of the National Cargo Security Council.
"The bill is not going anywhere now," says a dismayed Peter Scrobe, a member of AIMU's loss control committee and a vice president at New York-based insurer American International Group.
jamaicensis antiguensis 'cotypes' (syntypes) deposited in the MZSP and noticed that both workers lack the main diagnostic feature of Trachymyrmex of the Jamaicensis group, the posteriorly opened antennal scrobe. We believe that these specimens actually belong to a species of the Trachymyrmex Urichi group, to be dealt with in a forthcoming paper."
While the focus on cargo crime has shifted, "what many people haven't recognized is that such crime is economic terrorism," notes Peter Scrobe, vice president of loss control services at AIG in New York and vice chairman of the National Cargo Security Council.
nov.: (1) head, FH: forehead, FRT: frons, E; eye, BR: base of rostrum, AR: apex of rostrum; (2) lateral view, SCB: scrobe, PAI: point of antennal insertion; (3) antenna, FS: funicular segment, S: scape, CB: club; (4) scutellum; 5.
3A-C): scissorial area with, blade-like apical tooth ([S.sub.1] + [S.sub.2]) and 1 rounded tooth ([S.sub.3]) after scissorial notch; scrobe with 6 slender, long setae.
Right mandible: scissorial area with, blade-like apical tooth ([S.sub.1] + [S.sub.2]) and 1 rounded tooth ([S.sub.3]) after scissorial notch well defined; scrobe with 10 slender, long setae.
The scrobes reach the lower edge of the eyes and originate a little before the middle of the rostrum.