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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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.
Occipital area with scattered small setiferous punctures.
Anal plate convex, with numerous setiferous punctures, posterior border with 12 setae at each side.
0%), setiferous posterolaterally and laterally but nearly glabrous, dorsope present or apparently absent; t2-t8 smooth; t2 setiferous posterolaterally but nearly glabrous, approximately in single line when multiple setae are present; t3 setiferous, setae located in posterior half of tergite and approximately in single line, often glabrous mesally (73.
91X MNBW antenna with 12-15 flagellomeres; frons smooth with rugulose to crenulate or smooth longitudinal groove or oval pit mesally, setose to setiferous laterally and glabrous mesally; gena and vertex setose to setiferous.
75 length of mesopleuron; mesopleuron with anterior margin partially or entirely dorsoventrally crenulate to rugose; metapleuron with smooth or rugulose and setose to setiferous flat triangular area anteriorly, setae on flat area generally oriented posteriorly or posteroventrally, setae on swelling generally oriented posteroventrally or posteriorly.
Mesothorax to AbdVII bearing dorsal setiferous sclerites; marginal sclerites of AbdVII and sometimes those on mesothorax may be joined together.
AbdII-AbdVII with spinal plate going from trapezoidal to rectangular in shape, and some setiferous pleural and marginal sclerites, that may be joined together.
4A detail) and a trapezoidal spinal-pleural plate with very uneven edges; AbdII-(AbdIV)AbdVI(AbdVII) with spinal or spinal-pleural plates; all exhibiting spinules more or less set out in lines; if plates absent setiferous spinal sclerites are present and sometimes partially 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.
Visible abdominal sternites 2[degrees] to 5[degrees] convex, with scattered, setiferous punctures; anal plate longer than in male, strongly convex, punctate, with scattered long setae near the basal border and row of 8 slender setae on apical border.