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pilose

 [pi´lōs]
hairy; covered with hair.

hair·y

(hār'ē),
1. Of or resembling hair.
See also: hirsutism.
2. Covered with hair.
See also: hirsutism.
Synonym(s): pilar, pilary, pilose

pilose

/pi·lose/ (pi´lōs) hairy; covered with hair.

pilose

(pī′lōs) also

pilous

(-ləs)
adj.
Covered with fine soft hair.

pi·los′i·ty (-lŏs′ĭ-tē) n.

hair·y

(hār'ē)
1. Of or resembling hair.
2. Covered with hair.
See also: hirsutism
Synonym(s): pilar, pilary, pileous, pilose.

pilose

Hairy.

pilose

(of plant structures) bearing hairs.

pilose

hairy; covered with hair.
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1 mm long, 1-celled, erect, acicular, adaxially sparsely pilose near the lamina margins, the hairs ca.
0 cm wide; pinna rachises abaxially densely pilose, sparsely scaly, sparsely glandular, the hairs 1.
Capitula homogamous or heterogamous, discoid, disciform, ligulate, or radiate, isomorphic or heteromorphic with dimorphic, sub-dimorphic, or rarely with trimorphic florets, with one to numerous florets; receptacle epaleate to paleate, glabrous, pilose, setose to fimbriate; involucre uniseriate to multiseriate.
Cypselae glabrous to sparsely pilose at the apex; pappus of scabrid, capillary bristles.
53, more densely pilose than carapace, longer setae at posterior end.
Legs: Slender, sparsely pilose, thick band of setae on all legs at dorsal joint between coxa and femur.
fabiani Dorsal idiosoma Pilose setae absent present Pygidial shield absent present Oval pits in present absent anterior area of dorsal shield Ventral idiosoma Sternal setae all setae short two pairs of them longer Short setae on one pair three pairs ventral shield Poststigmatid part absent present of peritremes
Female legs with fore femur bearing a longitudinal row of ~20 tiny black triangular teeth along ventral margin, this margin also set with numerous long, erect, pilose pale setae; fore trochanter and tibia unarmed; middle femur with posterior margin bearing at most 8 very small, inconspicuous dark spinules, or unarmed.
triangular, soft, pilose to densely floccose, persistent, 50-80 mm long.
triangular, pungent, pilose, 50-80 mm long, articulated.