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setose

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

setose

(sē′tōs)
Having bristle-like appendages.
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Male and female genital fields resemble those of Unionicola; pedipalps resemble those of Unionicola; tibia and tarsus of first walking leg of male highly modified; tibia setose with two pairs of large, blunt setae, and an enlongate, thick seta at the distal end; tarsus strongly curved, with small claws.
Adaxially setose laminae are uncommon in Melpomene.
Distinguishing features: Lighter in colour compared to other species of this genus and described as the least setose.
Scutellum sculptured and setose much as mesoscutum, with a tiny translucent spine.
Abdomen dorsum densely setose, anteriorly with recumbent white setae, venter with modified short setae (Figs.
41) almost smooth, rather densely setose, with a thin, straight spine reaching end of propodeal carinae.
2) transverse, 7 pairs of macrosetae present, sensilla of anteromedial sensory area distinct, shallow and narrowly emarginated, [alpha]-sensillum with short setose process, [beta] and [gamma] minute and conical, [epsilon] with short setose process, almost as long as [alpha], three lateral sensillae present on lateral margins of epipharynx, transverse row of sensory pores absent on basal region of epipharynx; right mandible (Fig.
Head: Scape bare except for marginal ring of short setae; pedicel short and setose, with some longer ventral apical setae; frontal vitta with strongly convex elongate oval area surrounding ocelli and extending half the distance from anterior ocellus to anterior margin of frons; 2 pairs of fronto-orbital setae, 1 large and above level of ocelli, 1 smaller below; postocellar, outer and inner vertical setae well-developed.
40); outer margin of the tibia even, not serrate, tibia with the inner carina of the tibial apex not laminate, middle tibia with tibial apex 2 rows of outer setose (Fig.
Abdominal sternites microreticulated, laterally with transverse row of setose punctures; last abdominal visible sternite narrowed medially.
Pleura blackish, strongly silver pruinose, weakly white setose (setae confined to dorsal region of anepisternum and katatergite; there being a single anepimeral macroseta).