setiferous


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se·tif·er·ous

(sĕ-tif'ĕr-ŭs),
Bristly or having bristles.
Synonym(s): setigerous
[L. seta, bristle, + fero, to carry]

setiferous

(sē-tĭf′ĕr-ŭs) [L. seta, bristle, + ferre, to bear]
Having bristles.
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Legs: Coxa I--III parallel to each other, each with several ventral transverse rows of 9-10 setiferous tubercles (coxa I main row with higher and sharper tubercles).
Pronotum long, not swollen above epomia, epomia itself strong and long but not reaching upper margin of pronotum; mesoscutum uniformly punctulate with setae; notauli weakly impressed anteriorly; mesopleuron with setiferous punctures at ventral and anterior margins; epicnemial carina weakly impressed, somewhat sinuous at dorsal margin, not reaching the anterior margin of mesopleuron and exceeding level of lower corner of pronotum; sternal part of mesothorax 1.4x as long as mid coxa.
Pronotum long, not swollen above epomia, epomia itself strong and long, but not reaching upper margin of pronotum; mesoscutum punctulate with setae, laterally with punctures finer and weaker; notauli quite strongly impressed anteriorly; mesopleuron mostly smooth, with some setiferous punctures specially at anterior margin; epicnemial carina rather straight, not reaching anterior margin of mesopleuron and exceeding the level of lower corner of pronotum; sternal part of mesothorax 1.5x as long as mid coxa.
Venter: Cx I-III parallel to each other; each with ventral transverse rows of 9-12 setiferous tubercles (Cx I two rows with higher and sharper tubercles).
8A), with marginal setiferous tubercles--three ectal, two posterior, one mesal; hand not swollen.
3), prominent, glossy, with sparse, shallow setiferous punctures throughout; apical margin with 13 medium-size setae.
Pygidium flattened, with scattered setiferous punctures; marginal bead widened near apex, with 10 short setae.
Pigmented abdominal setiferous sclerites present, sometimes coalescent on AbdVIII; marginal papillae habitually absent (8 specimens with 1-3 present).
Abdominal marginal and several setiferous sclerites present.
2): HL 0.67-0.73X HW HW 0.92-0.97X TW, FW 0.63-0.77X FH, EL 0.33-0.46X EH, MNL 1.70-2.29X MNAW, MNAW 0.70-1.00X MNBW, F1L 1.00-1.50X F2L; antenna with 10-12 flagellomeres, maxillary palpus apparently 4- to 5-segmented, labial palpus 2-segmented; face smooth or rugulose, setose; frons smooth with rugulose or smooth longitudinal groove mesally, setose laterally and glabrous mesally; gena and vertex smooth, setose; occiput smooth, glabrous; eye setose; clypeus with apical rim, setiferous to setose; mandible with 3 teeth (Fig.
Mesothorax to AbdVII bearing dorsal setiferous sclerites; marginal sclerites of AbdVII and sometimes those on mesothorax may be joined together.
Mesotibia with one oblique, well marked, setiferous carina on external side, and curved, short spines along dorsal border; upper apical spur slender, with acute apex, 0.2 times longer than lower slender spur, with acute apex.