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setose

(sē′tōs′)
adj.
Having setae or bristles.

setose

(sē′tōs)
Having bristle-like appendages.
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Habitus (Figures 30-31): Head black with a metallic shine, compound eyes black, rounded, arranged transversely; ocelli closer to each other than to compound eyes; tylus smooth and rectangular with a prominent median carina; vertex smooth, rectangular, with a prominent median carina; antennae black, pedicel sparsely setose, basal body of flagellum globose, inserted inside the pedicel, with one arista smaller than pedicel; postclypeus black, inflated, forming an acute angle in profile, with one longitudinal carina strongly marked and prominent, lateral grooves slightly marked, rostrum reaching mesocoxae.
15) broadly oval, dark chocolate-brown in color with mostly black ocular region; lateral margins densely setose; fovea slightly procurved.
Tarsus subfiliform; tarsomere 3 oblique at apex, ventrally expanded, densely setose; metatarsomere length ratio 1.00:0.26:0.19:0.14:0.4:0.26.
In the Chinese female, the body is more nearly circular; the maxilliped's palp does not articulate, and its spur is much reduced; the first oostegite has a slightly more slender and longer posterolateral point, which is setose along its lateral margin; the posterior pereomeres bear tergal plates distinctly separated from the segments; and the lateral plates of the pleomeres are quite sharply pointed.
Abdomen: T1 dark red-brown, T2-8 orange with red-brown posterior margins, extensively apruinose except for fine gold-silver pruinescence anterolaterally, pale yellow setose. Sterna largely orange, entirely dull gold pruinose, pale yellow setose.
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.
Developmental staging followed Minagawa (1997) and Minagawa and Sano (1997): females were scored as mature 1) if unberried in developing or ripe ovarian stages II and III, respectively; 2) if berried in ripe and redeveloping stages IV and V, respectively; or 3) if recently spent (stage VI) with heavily setose pleopods (P.
Ray ovaries sterile, narrowly cylindrical, apically setose. Disk cypselae black, obovoid, often angled, 3-3.5 mm long, tuberculate, puberulent at apex, otherwise glabrous, carpopodia indistinct, elaiosomes absent; pappus absent or less commonly a ciliate ring on top of the short neck of the cypsela.
-- Male and female genital fields resemble those of Unionicola; pedipalps resemble those of Unionicola; tibia and tarsus of first walking leg of male highly modified; tibia setose with two pairs of large, blunt setae, and an enlongate, thick seta at the distal end; tarsus strongly curved, with small claws.
Cerci setose and bilobed, outer lobe longer than the inner; hypoproct short, not deeply bilobed, with 1 strong setae at apex of each lobe, and as long as inner cercus lobe; parameres absent; aedeagus elongate, tapering gradually to the apex, and 1.5 longer than hypoproct.