setiform


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setiform

(sē′tə-fôrm′)
adj.
Shaped like a seta or bristle.
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Rostral (ro, 61-69), lamellar (le, 90-102) and interlamellar (in, 114-127) setae setiform, barbed.
The primary bracts are often described as involucral bracts, the lowermost bracts are usually foliaceous (sheathing or not) or setiform, and the uppermost bracts are very small and glumaceous; however, not rarely, primary bracts can be all foliaceous (Cyperus imbricatus Retz.
Accessory setae Pla on sternites l--VI sensilliform, on sternite VII setiform, short, Pla length on sternites I[?
One smooth setiform seta is placed between two spatuliform setae on marginal shield.
Also in Gapparales-like fossils, such as Dressiantha, five setiform staminodes alternate with five stamens (Gandolfo et al.
Pseudoarticulated gnathochilarial sensilla present, setiform sensilla as opposed to a spine on metatarsus (tarsus II), antennal, prefemoral, femoral and tibial setiform sensilla ending in a single spine.
DIAGNOSIS: Recognized by the shiny, ovoid body, small size (2 3 mm in total length), simple vestiture on the dorsum, weakly concave head usually obscuring the anterior margin of the pronotum, row of tiny dark spines on distal half of the dorsal surface of metafemur, setiform parempodia convergent apically, and the vescia with two apical blades.
Diagnosis: This species is distinguished from other species of the genus by the following combination of characteristics: body size 397-448 x 224-265; rostrum weakly protruding anteriorly; transcostula absent; prodorsal setae smooth; interlamellar setae shorter than rostral and lamellar setae; sensilli spindle-form, ciliate; 11 pairs of notogastral setae, medium-sized, setiform and smooth; aggenital setae branched; adanal setae [ad.
2) Appressed hairs on body fine and setiform (versus occurring in the form of small black denticles in Bacillometra);