scapus


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sca·pus

, pl.

sca·pi

(skā'pŭs, -pī),
A shaft or stem.
[L. shaft, stalk]

scapus

/sca·pus/ (ska´pus) pl. sca´pi   [L.] shaft.

scapus

[skā′pəs]
Etymology: Gk, skapos, rod
a stem or shaft, such as the scapus penis or hair (pili).

scapus

An obsolete term for shaft, stalk or stem.

sca·pus

, pl. scapi (skā'pŭs, -pī)
A shaft or stem.
[L. shaft, stalk]
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The erect expanded scapus indicates that the female was in a state of arousal.
The female has a deep atrium in the epigynum with a long and folded scapus (Fig.
Basal flagellomere not significantly longer than scapus and pedicellus combined (Fig.
Scapus and base of pedicellus yellow-orange, basal flagellomere and pedicellus apex blackish brown.
9d), a pointed, medial scapus (frequent in other species of the species-group) is almost absent (Fig.
Sm, cui affinis, sed scapus rubrus, rache inflorescentiae rubra, ramis lateralibus brevioribus, bracteis floriferis irregulariter sulcatis, floribus longioribus pallide flavidis et petalis longioribus differt.