Of the 583 specimens used in this analysis, both anterior and posterior testes were of the same phenotype in 505 specimens, and it was found that 11.5% (58/505) had a single lobate
testis in addition to one identified as either round or asymmetrical.
In this paper, we report some observations on lobate
lac scale that may be useful to researchers studying this pest with the ultimate objective of developing methods for management.
Test medium in size, with a strongly lobate
outline, 5-5.5 (up to 6) chambers in the final whorl, periphery subacute but no true keel.
They formed, like the lobate
scarps, when the moon cooled.
Body surface dull, rugulose and to a variable degree tuberculate or lobate
, the thorax with a distinct and blunt longitudinal median carina dorsally.
Life history information, such as developmental threshold and cold tolerance, are essential to predicting the potential distribution and to determining the regulatory and management responses to the lobate
This clade is characterized by the modification of the lobate
leaf base, probably as an expansion of the leaf as basal lateral primaries grew from the petiole at angles increasingly obtuse to the midvein.
Some dark regions are associated with lobate
ice flows appearing like terrestrial lava flows.
The proportions and ornamentation vary considerably between species and within genera, some examples bearing strong, but smooth longitudinal grooves and ridges, and others with antler-like or lobate
, scalelike projections.
Before and during this period of neurogenesis, the POVL develops from a featureless stretch of ciliary band spanning the post-oral arms in young larvae into a lobate
structure with a convoluted shape in fully grown larvae.
The invasive lobate
lac scale identified as Paratachardina lobata (Chamberlin) (Hemiptera: Keriidae), native to southern India and Sri Lanka, is a severe threat to native and economic plants in southern Florida.
New images from the high-resolution stereo camera on ESA's Mars Express orbiter allow a closer inspection and show that almost every mountain is surrounded by 'lobate
debris aprons' - curved features typically observed around plateaus and mountains at these latitudes.