scrobiculate


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scrobiculate

 [skro-bik´u-lāt]
marked with pits.
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scro·bic·u·late

(skrō-bik'yū-lāt),
Pitted; marked with minute depressions.
[L. scrobiculus; dim. of scrobis, a trench]
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scrobiculate

(skrō-bĭk′yə-lĭt, -lāt′)
adj. Biology
Marked with many shallow depressions, grooves, or pits.
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scro·bic·u·late

(skrō-bik'yū-lăt)
Pitted; marked with minute depressions.
[L. scrobiculus; dim. of scrobis, a trench]
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Comments: This species is distinguished from the other described species by its predominantly acinose-rugose sculpture and yellow colour; malar space 0.56 times the eye height, ocello-ocular distance about 4.0 times the diameter of the lateral ocellus, sternaulus finely scrobiculate and almost complete, first metasomal tergum with apical width about equal to the length.
Mesosoma: pronotum smooth, pronotal groove scrobiculate; mesoscutal lobes and pronotal lobes smooth; notauli scrobiculate anteriorly, meeting before scutellum in a rugose carinate area; scutellum smooth; mesopleuron including subalar groove smooth, sternaulus, complete and scrobiculate (Figure 8); propodeum weakly punctuate latero-dorsally, lateral carinae distinct.
ferrugineus by white palpi, light yellow tegula, light yellow legs with brown marks; sternaulus complete and scrobiculate; propodeum punctate latero-dorsally; fourth, fifth and sixth terga of metasoma punctate on basal area; ovipositor slightly longer than metasoma.