toruli

toruli

small elevations, papillae.

toruli digitales
digital pads on the feet of dogs, cats and other species with paws.
toruli tactiles
small tactile elevations associated with special guard hairs scattered on the skin of cats and dogs.
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Head with frontovertex silvery white, eyes red and ocelli red brown; occiput mostly, except for 2 small oval areas above, dark brown; a narrow dark brown band across face above toruli and extending on malar space below eyes, and merging with the dark brown occiput; areas above this band along eyes nearly white, face and malar space below this band brown; mouth space brown yellow, mandible apically dark brown.
Diametro de los toruli ligeramente superior a la distancia entre el toruli y el ojo compuesto; distancia entre los toruli igual a 1/3 de su diametro (Fig.
Diametro de los toruli mayor que la distancia entre toruli y la distancia de los toruli al ojo.
1), interantennal carinae obtusely ridged between antennae, becoming gradually flattened, scarcely converging downward, short, ending about 1/4 way from ventral margin of toruli to clypeus.
Face dark brown with green and golden highlights, particularly strong around antennal toruli and upper supraclypeal area; apex of clypeus with transverse yellow mark (Fig.
Setas presentes por debajo y entre los toruli, sin setas sobre ellos.
Antennae filiform, not distally thickened, without rhinaria; antennal segments in following proportions: 50:8:16:16:15:14:14:12:12:17; antennae shorter than body, articulated to two strong frontal processes; antennal toruli very far from upper margin of clypeus.
Head: face mostly acinose with central area slightly swollen and rugose; frons acinose and carinate near toruli, vertex and temple acinose (Figure 2); oral opening small, diameter about 0.
Diam of the toruli equal to the distance between the toruli and the compound eye and shorter than the distance between the toruli.
5 as long as head (11:23); region of head from clypeus to antennal toruli with two longitudinal and median sutures very convergent.
5 as long as head (13:25); region of head from clypeus to antennal toruli with 2 longitudinal and median sutures very convergent.