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in·fold

(in-fōld'),
To enclose within a fold, as in "infolding" an ulcer of the stomach, in which the walls on either side of the lesion are brought together and sutured.
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Dorsum oval; setae Z1 anterior in position with setae R1; dorso-central setae short, not reaching to base of next setae in line; sternal setae ST2 reaching to the base of next setae in line; membranous infold present between genital and ventrianal shield.
Dorsum rounded; setae Z1 in straight line with R1 in position; dorso-central setae j4 long, reaching to the base of next setae in line; all sternal setae short, not reaching to base of next setae in line; membranous infold present between genital and ventrianal shield .
ziai Parvez, Akbar and Chaudhri but can be distinguished on the basis of following characters; new species exhibits setae j3, z2 and z4 long, reaching to the base of next setae in line; setae J2 = j6 in length; setae s4 less than 3x length of setae Z1; setae Z4 = S2 = S5 in length; peritreme tip slightly rounded; sternal setae long, reaching to base of next setae in line; membranous infold present between genital and ventrianal shield; ventrianal shield 95 (88-105) long and 75 (70-80) wide; ventrianal shield anterior margin convex, setae JV1 posterior in position with respect to setae ZV2; chelicera fixed digit with 5 small teeth; macrosetae on genu 50 (40-55), tibia 43 (38-50) and basitarsus 73 (63-83) long respectively.