spinulose


Also found in: Dictionary.

spinulose

(spīn′yə-lōs′)
adj.
Having spinules; minutely spiny.
References in periodicals archive ?
2e) with syncoxa ornamented with spinular patch as depicted, and with one syncoxal (probably coxal) endite with one stout spinulose element fused to endite basally, and one slender seta.
Male terminalia: Genital fork (sternite 5) of known males with medial surface densely clothed in stout, short setae; phallus characteristically shaped, with distally bifid basal distiphallus and strongly recurved distal distiphallus terminating in a spinulose swelling ("glans"); known males with basiphallus extending beyond base of distiphallus.
Posterior to the head, rows of bony spinulose tubercles are arranged along the dorsolateral flank between the dorsal fins and lateral line.
Leaves alternate; short-petiolate; blades oblong, cuneate to suborbicular, pinnately veined, margin serrulate to spinulose, pubescent.
Carapace low, covered with yellowish brown thin hairs and black spinulose hairs (Fig.
Flowers with perianth of 1-5 slender bristles (sometimes 1 or 2 reduced or rudimentary), shorter than the achene or rarely overtopping the summit, retrorsely spinulose nearly to the base, colorless to pinkish or reddish-brown; stamens 3; anthers (1.
The phytoliths are dominated by tree and shrub types (spherical spinulose and spherical verrucose, Fig.
1h); posterior notosetae include homogomph spinigers with short blades finely denticulated and homogomph falcigers with the distal tooth projected toward the setal articulation and fused to it, the inner margin is finely spinulose (Fig.