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5:1) projecting beyond eyes about one-third of its length, basal compartment occupying approximately more than basal third, conspicuous submedian carinae forming narrow triangular area towards the fastigium (Fig.
Tergites: I-VI completely smooth or slightly granular near the posterior margin; VII slightly granular in the posterior half, with four longitudinal carinae (two paramedians, two laterals) marked by coarse granulation, the lateral carinae occupying almost the entire length of the segment, whereas the paramedian carinae are restricted to the posterior half of the segment.
Scutellar disc more or less ridged, with longitudinal carinae hardly defined that can form or not the scutellar sulcus.
A very short carinae runs below the eye into the central lower area.
Conspicuous parallel carinae on front of head and pro- and mesonotum; length 2 mm or less; color dark reddish brown cooperi sp.
31x as long as apical area; dorsolateral area granulate, dull, finely and densely punctate (punctures sometimes indistinct); apical area rounded or roundly pointed anteriorly, granulate, without distinct punctures; apical longitudinal carinae anteriorly weak, reaching or not reaching transverse carina.
Dubbed the "Great Eruption," the outburst lasted from 1837 to 1858 and temporarily made Eta Carinae the second brightest star in the sky.
Body surface dull, granulose, rugulose and to a variable degree tuberculate, more rarely spinose or lobate; the thorax with a distinct longitudinal median carina dorsally, abdominal tergites II-IX with two strongly approaching longitudinal median carinae.
These latest results suggest Eta Carinae is not alone.
Propodeum with lateromedian longitudinal carinae parallel anteriorly, rather evenly rounded posteriorly; anterior transverse carina well behind front margin of propodeum where it joins the lateromedian longitudinal carina; area externa trapezoidal, large, with few setiferous pubescence.
The two orbiting stars form the Eta Carinae system, some 7,500 light-years from Earth.