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plu·mose

(plū'mōs),
Feathery.
[L. pluma, feather]

plumose

(plo͞o′mōs′)
adj.
1. Having feathers or featherlike growths; feathered.
2. Resembling a plume; feathery.

plu′mose′ly adv.
plu·mos′i·ty (-mŏs′ĭ-tē) n.

plumose

(plū′mōs) [L. plumosus]
Having a delicate, feathery growth.
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Fixed cheliceral finger style-like or needle-like, straight, curved, or undulate but not S-shaped or sigmoid; mesoventral groove present; dorsal flagellum complex setae striate, ventral setae striate or plumose 7
In intersex male and immature female crayfish, each endopod and exopod had two distinct rows of delicate plumose setae.
Exopod three-segmented; all exopodal segments with outer spinules as depicted; EXP1 and EXP2 without inner armature; EXP3 with two outer pinnate spines, two distal setae with outer spinules and inner setules, and one inner plumose element.
Protopod with 1 outer and 1 inner plumose setae, 1 proximolateral setulose papilla, and 1 mid-lateral pore.
These flies from Subfamily Muscinae Latreille which characterized by plumose arista (fig.
australis can be recognized by ventro-medial spurs in male palpal segments, and the copious, plumose, pale white setae on the female dorsum.
CHARACTER TAXA OF THE ASSOCIATION: Apoglossum ruscifolium, Delesseria sanguinea, Halurus equisetifolius, Heterosiphonia plumosa, Phyllophora crispa, Pleonosporium borreri, Plumaria plumose.
The antennules have aesthetascs and simple plumose and pappose setae; the antennae have simple, plumose and pappose setae.
Genital double-somite fused dorsally and ventrally, with lateral rib indicating former division (Figure 1A, B); ventral surface plain, bearing P6, the latter represented by 1 outer short plumose seta and 1 inner long slender element (Figure 1B).