unguiculus

un·guic·u·lus

(ŭn-gwik'yū-lŭs),
A small nail or claw.
[L. dim. of unguis, nail]
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Unguiculus mas largo que el unguis BOURLETIELLIDAE Deuterosminthurus **
Three biological control agents were released in Hawaii, the seed feeder Lithraeus atronotatus (Pic) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Bruchinae), the leaf folder Episimus unguiculus Clarke (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), and the stem borer Crasimorpha infuscata Hodges (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) (Davis & Krauss 1962; Krauss 1962, 1963; Yoshioka & Markin 1991).
Unguiculus as long as inner edge of unguis, without inner basal lamella (Figs.
Unguiculus lanceolate, with external and internal lamella smooth.
Unguiculus with apical filament exceeding the unguis tip, corner teeth absent (Fig.
Unguis long and slender, with 1 inner, 1+1 lateral and 1 dorsal teeth (95 pm); unguiculus long and slender (47 pm), without apical filament.
Ungues without teeth, no unguiculus or tenent hairs.
Unguis with a big dorsal teeth and unguiculus filiform, longer than ungues.
F1 sterile insect technique: A novel approach for risk assessment of Episimus unguiculus (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), a candidate biological control agent of Schinus terebinthifolius in the continental USA.
Unguiculus setaceous and with broad, rounded basal lamella (Figs.