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e·mar·gi·nate

(ē-mar'ji-nāt),
Nicked; with broken margin.
Synonym(s): notched
[L. emargino, to deprive of its edge, fr. e- priv. + margo (margin-), edge]

e·mar·gi·nate

(ē-mahrji-năt)
Nicked; with a broken margin.
[L. emargino, to deprive of its edge, fr. e- priv. + margo (margin-), edge]
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The anterior margin of the cingular arch under the zygoma is broadly emarginate in the midline in Serpusia, whereas that of Aresceutica is straight.
Leaves 3-11.5 cm long; petiole 9-25 mm long; pulvinus 0.4-1.2 mm diam; rachis 0.2-1.1 mm long, extrafloral nectaries 1, ovoid, claviform and fusiform, sessile or shortly stipitate, located between the proximal pair of leaflets, 10-28 x 0.2-0.4 mm; leaflets 2 pairs, papyraceous, abaxial surface pubescent and adaxial surface puberulent, the distal 23-80 x 8-40 mm, the proximal 12-60 x 5-34 mm, elliptic-oblanceolate, lanceolate-elliptic, obovate, ovate, venation brochidodromous, nervures 7-13 pairs, apex emarginate, short mucronate and obtuse, base cuneate, oblique, obtuse, subcordate, margin revolute, ciliated.
rennyae having a rounded caudal fin compared to the emarginate to deeply lunate shape of P.
DIAGNOSIS: Recognized by having the anterolateral margin of pronotum obliquely straight and uniformly emarginate, and the posteroventral margin of male genital capsule with a small, laterally concave, triangular.
d) Emarginate seeds have been recorded in Japan more often than marginate seeds and Chinese sources examined did not have emarginate seeds.
Kobayashi and Ueno (1956) omitted any English common name but did note that the caudal fin as "very broad and fan-like," with a pictured specimen (69 cm TL) of an adult showing the tail slightly emarginate. Kamohara (1962:5) listed only the Japanese common name for a described ragfish but also reported on the tail "...
This new species is small (5.0 mm length) for the species of the region of occurrence, has variable infuscate maculations on the pronotum and elytra, the elytral apices emarginate and spinulate, and aedeagal morphology (Fig.
Leaves 2-3-foliolate, petioles 2.5-4 cm, petiolules 1 cm, both glabrous or slightly pubescent; leaflets 4.5-10 x 2.5-4 cm, concolorous, chartaceous, elliptical or oblong, apex obtuse, occasionally emarginate or retuse, margins entire, base rounded, venation penninerved, both surfaces glabrous or occasionally glabrescent, with few tector trichomes restricted to the midrib; tendrils simple.
Tongue cordiform, broadly ovate, slightly emarginate posteriorly.Slight web between base of fingers; fingers slender, slightly flat; tips round, III greater than I greater than II greater than IV; inner palmer tubercles distinct, longer than wide at the base of I finger, outer longer than wide at the base of IV finger.
We also found evidence for scale-covered 'rays' supporting the fin web, which we reconstruct as emarginate (slightly forked).
Caudal fin rounded, truncate, or 3 slightly emarginate; dorsal soft rays 11-15; snout not short, its length 2.7-3.SL 2b.
Diagnosis: Body with strong bluish gloss; eye emarginate at middle of posterior margin; lower calypter white, with whitish border; male fore tarsi entirely black; mid femur with 1 or 2 setae near base.