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trilobate

 [tri-lo´bāt]
having three lobes.

tri·lo·bate

, trilobed (trī-lō'bāt, trī'lobd),
Having three lobes.

trilobate

/tri·lo·bate/ (-lo´bāt) having three lobes.

trilobate

(trī-lō′bāt′) also

trilobed

(trī′lōbd′)
adj.
Having three lobes: a trilobate arrowhead; trilobate leaves.

tri·lo·bate

, trilobed (trī-lō'bāt, trī'lōbd)
Having three lobes.

trilobate

having three lobes.
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The lateral arm was not trilobed in the lateral view as described by Sirivanakarn & White (1978).
1C): Right mandible with 1 scissorial tooth anterior to scissorial notch and 2 scissorial teeth posterior to notch, stridulatory area elongate, narrow at base and wide at apex, length over 4* its width, molar area trilobed, lateral edge with 10-12 setae, dorsal surface in apical half with 2 setae, brustia formed by 4-6 setae; left mandible with 1 scissorial tooth anterior to scissorial notch and 2 teeth posterior to notch, molar area trilobed, first lobe larger, lateral edge with 5-7 setae, dorsal surface in apical half with 2 setae, basomedian angle with brustia consisting of 3-5 setae.
At other churches the vault can be trilobed (Plopis), or angled in three sides (Ieud din Sus).
IV with 8 sensilla and 12 large smooth setae, i seta, trilobed apical vesicle present, subapical organite (or) with global tip, without ventral modified setae (Fig.
IV with 8 sensilla and 12 large smooth setae, i seta, trilobed apical vesicle and subapical organ (or) present, without ventral modified setae (Fig.
Postabdomen: Yellow with brown ep spot above and lateral to cerc and with distinctly visible large yellow trilobed surs.
Fourth antennal segment with a distal, slightly trilobed end-bulb and a number of socket setae, with 3 weak setae each on a slightly differentiated, small subapical papillae (Figs.