styliform


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sty·loid

(stī'loyd),
Synonym(s): styliform
[stylo- + G. eidos, resemblance]

styliform

(stī′lə-fôrm′)
adj.
Having the shape of a style; slender and pointed: a styliform bone.

styliform

(stī′lĭ-form) [″ + L. forma, form]
Long and pointed.
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15B), hidden by genital segment when latter retracted; styliform processes of abdominal segment VIII slender, with apices strongly hooked; male endosoma with expanded lateral lobes and an elongate medial lobe.
4B); styliform processes of abdominal segment VIII broad, with hooked apices (Fig.
4C); by the slender styliform process of the male genital complex with a hooked tip (Fig.
Abdomen very short, length from abdominal scent orifice to tip 0.97; genital segments large, length 0.71; styliform processes of segment VIII relatively slender with small, hooked apices (Fig.
5A), and the styliform abdominal processes are slender with small, hooked tips (Fig.
5D), and the shafts of the styliform processes are stouter, with the apices more strongly hooked (compare Fig.
These authors also provided excellent illustrations of the male thoracic and abdominal venter, male styliform processes, male foreleg, and male middle and hind femora.
Abdomen short, length from abdominal scent orifice to tip 1.30; lengths of abdominal terga 4-7: 0.10, 0.16, 0.20, 0.25; genital segments large, length 0.70; styliform processes of segment VIII basally broad, tips curved over at appoximately 90[degrees], with a conspicuous subapical concavity (Fig.