clavate

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cla·vate

(klā'vāt),
Club-shaped.
[L. clava, a club]

clavate

(klā′vāt′)
adj. Biology
Having one end thickened; club-shaped: clavate antennae.

cla′vate′ly adv.

clavate

(of plant or animal structures) club-shaped.
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La decoracion coincide con el tema del panel de claviformes, localizados en un camarin en el interior de la cueva.
Leaves 4.5-12.5 cm long; petiole 3-15 mm long; pulvinus 1.3-2.2 mm diam; rachis 3.6-8.2 cm long, interfoliolar segments 0.6-2 cm long; extrafloral nectaries 3-7, claviform and fusiform, stipitate, located between all pairs of leaflets, occasionally absent in the proximal pair or 0-2 in the distal, 2-3 x 0.2-0.6 mm; leaflets 3-7 pairs, chartaceous, adaxial surface strigose, the distal 10-50 x 4-23 mm, the proximal 10-40 x 4-12 mm, elliptic, lanceolate, oblong, ovate and oval-lanceolate, venation craspedodromous, nervures 9-11 pairs, apex acute, acute-mucronate, obtuse, obtuse-mucronate, acuminate and rarely emarginate, base oblique and subcordate, margin revolute, ciliated.
Ordinary and claviform trichobothria present on tarsi of palp and legs.
Histologically, the esophageal mucosa presented a stratified squamous epithelium surrounded by a lamina propria with numerous taste tissues, in which two cell types may be identified: the mucosa and claviform epithelium.
Macdunnoughia Kostrowicki, 1961 (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Plusiinae) was erected for the French species, Plusia confusa Stephens, 1850 as its type species, and can be readily recognized by the claviform stigma coalesced or divided and a dark-colored medial area on the forewing, and the remarkable sacculus processus in male genitalia.
English diagnosis: brown greyish; forewing with basal line brown bordered with white and brown; claviform slightly triangled, annuli dark brown more lighted in the middle; orbicular normal and white; post median line serrated; subterminal area whitish irrorated with dark brown; subterminal line brown; hindwings dark brown, discal dark brown as an arrow head.
is shaped like an inverted trapeze; it has a pair of claviform lateral lobes, which are separated at the base.
This genus is characterized by 3 pairs of anterior setae on the mesonotum (A2, A3, A4) and four pairs on the metanotum (A2, A3, A4, A5), sensillum t1 on foretarsus claviform, sensillum b' absent, calyx of maxillary gland smooth and with a helmet-like dorsal appendix, striate band on abdominal segment VIII well developed, and sternite VIII with four setae.