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punctate

 [pungk´tāt]
spotted; marked with points or punctures.

punc·tate

(pŭngk'tāt),
Marked with points or dots differentiated from the surrounding surface by color, elevation, or texture.
[L. punctum, a point]

punctate

/punc·tate/ (punk´tāt) spotted; marked with points or punctures.

punctate

[pungk′tāt]
Etymology: L, punctum, point
marked with elevated or colored dots or punctures.

punc·tate

(pŭngk'tāt)
Marked with points or dots differentiated from the surrounding surface by color, elevation, or texture.
[L. punctum, a point]

punctate

(of plant structures) dotted or pitted.

punctate (pungk´tāt),

n indicated with dots or points distinguished from the adjacent region by elevation, texture, or color.

punctate

spotted; marked with points or punctures.
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4 mm) with four punctations across narrowest part; length of areola 34.
Mesial surface of palm of left chelae with three rows of tubercles, eight tubercles in mesial most row, seven tubercles in dorsomesial row, and three small widely interspersed tubercles lateral to dorsomesial row, six basiodactyl punctations form a weak row running to knob at base of dactyl.
5 wider than long; concave, with large and elevated tooth on each lateroposterior side; Each elytron twice as long as wide, each with base of striae 3-4 closer than others, base of 2nd stria with small denticle and base of striae 3-4 with larger denticles; striae with coarse punctations connected by deep row; humerus rugouse (Fig.
Disk of pronotum subconic, with fine and coarse punctation and with depression in laterobasal regions (Fig.
Head short and wide with fine punctation, frontal carina present with midline rugouse and flattened area at apex, transversal sulcus absent; width of frons 1.
The larger ones are located dorsally, from the head to the gills, and are generally composed of an aggregate of red punctations.
57 x) as broad as base, punctations small, deep and dense, semicircular, each punctation set with subtriangular scales (Fig.
35), and at little higher level than stria, stria very narrow with punctations oblong; and scales on the sutural margin comparatively smaller than the other.