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tumid

 [too´mid]
swollen; edematous.

tu·mid

(tū'mid),
Swollen, as by congestion, edema, hyperemia.
Synonym(s): turgid
[L. tumidus]

tumid

/tu·mid/ (too´mid) swollen; edematous.

tumid

(to͞o′mĭd, tyo͞o′-)
adj.
1. Swollen; distended. Used of a body part or organ.
2. Of a bulging shape; protuberant.

tu·mid′i·ty n.
tu′mid·ly adv.

tu·mid

(tū'mid)
Swollen, as by congestion, edema, hyperemia.
Synonym(s): turgid.
[L. tumidus]

tumid

swollen; edematous.
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Prefrons in profile not as tumid as other Pachycerina species.
Pronotum shagreened, narrow, tumid posteriorly; mesoscutum and scutellum rather arched; pleura comparatively shining, with small, narrow scent efferent system.
DIAGNOSIS: Recognized by the ovoid, rather tumid body; generally carmine dorsum with the black maculae or stripes; remarkably enlarged, lamellate antennal segment II; reclining scalelike setae on the head, thoracic pleura and cuneus; and C-shaped endosoma with the rather complex apical structure.
kula the posterior portion of the metasternum is tumid and the process arises ahead of the posterior metasternal margin (Figs.
Pronotal hood small, and not obviously extending over head; median carina of pronotum not more elevated than lateral carinae; corium without tumid elevation 6
DIAGNOSIS: Recognized by the small, ovoid body, opaque or translucent hemerytra without conspicuous marking at the apices of corium, embolium and cuneus, relatively tumid metafemur that lacks spots, and structures of the genitalia; however, sometimes very difficult to distinguish from Campylomma or Decomia.
DIAGNOSIS: Recognized by the ovoid and comparatively tumid body, light castaneous general coloration, obscure spots on the apical part of the corium and the membrane, usually darkened basal part of the metafemur, generally chocolate brown abdomen, distinct blade and weakly curved spiculum of the endosoma, and somewhat narrowed sclerotized rings.
broad ovoid body, hyaline hemelytron, and tumid metafemur.