cretaceus differs in having a narrower, acutely trigonal rachidian cusp and inner marginals that lack a strongly pectinate
30, 35): formula 4123, similar to female; tarsi with 3 tarsal claws, upper claws with 10 pectinate
teeth (11 on leg I), lower with 3 (4 on leg IV); tibia with 4 rows of 5 to 7 trichobothria (leg I 7p-6d-6d-7r, leg II 5p-6d-5d-6r, leg III 5p-7d-5d-6r, leg IV 6p-5d-6d-6r), metatarsi with 1 row of 8 trichobothria (7 on leg III), tarsi with 1 row of 9 trichobothria (8 on leg I and 10 on leg IV).
Thus the monophyletic grouping of Brachyelytrum plus Pooideae is associated in all cases with a pectinate
structure in which the divergence of Ehrhartoideae immediately follows the divergence of Pharus, and is itself followed by divergence of the following taxa in sequence: Eremitis, Bambuseae, Olyreae, and the PACC clade from a monophyletic grouping of Brachyelytrum plus Pooideae [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURES 1, 4A OMITTED].
10) determined pectinate
muscle size bigger than 1 mm in 97% of their normal autopsy hearts.
Tarsal claws small, finely pectinate
at extreme base.
Hair and pectinate
chaetae very numerous (6-11 and 6-12, respectively, in the preclitellar dorsal bundles); the pectinates
with very distinct, thick intermediate denticles.
is similar to Pectinimura Park, 2008 which was established for 4 species from the Philippines and Thailand, and unique to Lecithocerinae in having a comb-like pectinate
on the valva of the male genitalia.
0 times longer than posterior notopleural seta; katepisternal seta 1+2(3); costal spine longer than crossvein r-m, anterior surface with a row of pectinate
short spines, longest one equal to length of crossvein r-m; calypters brown yellow, lower one about half longer than upper one; 5th sternite protruding slightly, inner side of lateral lobe with large process on distal 1/3; distiphallus distinctly sclerotized, and pregonite without setae.
4b, 4c), the right matrix yields the one pectinate
Male and female genital fields similar to those of subgenus Unionicola; first walking legs less setose than those of subgenus Unionicola; tarsal claws of first walking leg laterally flattened and pectinate
Krabbe (1982) combined the generic concepts under Alloporus, but Hoffman (1987) revived the name Doratogonus for medium-to large-sized spirostreptids which differ from Alloporus in having more pectinate
lamellae on their mandibles and more numerous small setae on the distal half of the stipes.
There is a lack of consensus about where biopsy specimens should be obtained, (1-5) and the recommended sites in the surgical literature vary from 1 to 2 cm, 2 to 3 cm, or 4 cm from the pectinate