dentiform


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Related to dentiform: dentoform, Typodont

den·ti·form

(den'ti-fōrm),
Tooth-shaped; pegged.
See also: odontoid (1).
[denti- + L. forma, form]

dentiform

(dĕn′tə-fôrm′)
adj.
Shaped like a tooth: dentiform crystals.

den·ti·form

(den'ti-fōrm)
Tooth-shaped.
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5F) with hyaline digitiform process medial to bifid dentiform process.
hospitalis Fraser, 1920 by having in the female a genital complex that is at least half the length of the cephalothoracic shield (including frontal plates) and with small, rounded posterolateral lobes, a 1-segmented abdomen that is less than one-quarter the length of the genital complex, a maxillule with two large tines on the dentiform process, a maxilliped without a myxal process, a pair of non-bifid tines on the sternal furca, the spine on the first exopodal segment of leg 3 inserted distally on the basal swelling, a 3-segmented leg 4 exopod, and the inner lobe of leg 5 not protruding beyond the posterior margin of the genital complex.
by having a smooth inner distal corner on the basis of the female antenna, pointed tines and no ridge on the inner tine of the dentiform process of the female maxillule, no denticles on the outer distal corner of the protopod of the female maxilliped, pointed tines on the female sternal furca, a subtriangular inner lobe on the female leg 5, no accessory claws on the endopod of the male antenna, and a large, cone-shaped myxal process on the protopod of the male maxilliped.
by the presence of a smooth inner distal corner on the basis of the female antenna, a broader and less recurved hook on the postantennal process of both sexes, both an outer basal knob and a ridge on both tines on the dentiform process of the female maxillule, more tapered tines on the female sternal furca, one accessory claw on the endopod of the male antenna, and a large, cone-shaped myxal process on the protopod of the male maxilliped.
Corpus bursae elliptical with four short, dentiform signa with sparsely spinulate, oval basal plates.
The species name is derived from the Latin "dent" and "valva", referring to the costa of valva with a median dentiform projection.