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setose

(sē′tōs′)
adj.
Having setae or bristles.

setose

(sē′tōs)
Having bristle-like appendages.
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In the Chinese female, the body is more nearly circular; the maxilliped's palp does not articulate, and its spur is much reduced; the first oostegite has a slightly more slender and longer posterolateral point, which is setose along its lateral margin; the posterior pereomeres bear tergal plates distinctly separated from the segments; and the lateral plates of the pleomeres are quite sharply pointed.
Scutellum dark red-brown, largely apruinose except for silver anterior 1/3, fine dark red-brown setose (apical macrosetae poorly differentiated).
Male and female genital fields similar to those of subgenus Unionicola; genital field with five pairs of acetabula; pedipalps slightly elongate with tarsus bearing small clawlets; first walking legs significantly less setose than those of subgenus Unionicola; first walking leg with few setae and no tubercles on genu, tibia, and tarsus; tarsal claws of legs expanded distally and serrated at the tip.
Ovipositor short, but slightly projecting beyond the apical tergite in the retracted position, its setose part 0.
sarmientoi (Dix, 2010) by the proportion width/length of the face, the densely setose median area and laterally with dispersed setae, the hind wing m-cu vein is weakly impressed and the proportion of the ovipositor/mesosoma length.
Scutellum dark red-brown, largely apruinose except for small anteromedial area, fine white setose (apical macrosetae poorly differentiated).
It differs from Geastrum setiferum Baseia in its setose endoperidium, irregularly plicate peristome, and smaller basidiospores,
in having pygophore round with sharp edges, medially concave with two tubercles at sides, pleuron of abdominal segment clearly red and white patterned and paramere stout, dorsal side flat with apically setose stem but it appears isolated in its group and could easily be separated from other species of its group in having corial membrane pale with anterior femora sharply spinose along their entire length and parameral distal spur not continuous with proximal spur.
Fruiting perianth with corolla 9-14 mm long, cup-shaped, deeply crenate, brown setose in the distal part; staminodial ring shaped as a regular disk, minutely crenulate, 5-8 mm long; calyx 3-9 mm long, glabrous, divided in 3-5 lobes, limb usually ivory-white, brown distally.
1K, L) reduced and not reaching to margins of head, of three and five articles respectively, some articles sparsely setose distally.