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Mea ns [+ or -] standard deviations of the time necessary for retreatment, number and percentage of specimens (%) that had apically extruded material, and number and percentage of specimens (%) that had file fracture recorded for the different groups, as well as statistical significance *.
0x width of eye; in frontal view frons broad, apically rounded, as broad as eye width and in contact with weakly truncated fastigium (Fig.
Tip of male fixed cheliceral finger rounded, tapering anteriorally, palpal tarsus dark for at least the distal half, metatarsus dark 80% apically, dusky creamy orange chelicera, dark to dusky light orange propeltidium; ctenidia short (about half the succeeding segment), pointed.
linear-lanceolate apically, 3-8 cm long, 1-2 cm wide.
Male palp yellowish with dark brown tinges on tegulum; cymbium longer than wide, apically long with two spines - one on apical and one on basal segment; embolus long, coiled; conductor curved and tube like; tibial apophysis blunt, not curved; femur with two short apicodorsal and two long dorsal spines; patella with two mid dorsal spines, one long reaching 1/3 length of cymbium; tibia with two long dorsal spines.
Gonostyli with long apically enlarged and medially curved capitulum, bearing a distinct lateral lobe-shaped tooth.
During invasion and creation of the PV membrane, apically oriented organelles called micronemes and rhoptries are discharged, followed later by release of dense granules content (DG).
Diagnosis: A grey fly with very striking, apically globular, 2nd and 4th pairs of frontal and 1st pair of orbital setae.
2D); antennal segment II slightly shorter than length of head and pronotum combined, slightly bulged apically (Fig.
6); distal half of subgenital plate in lateral view gradually curved dorsad or abruptly bent dorsad or bent 90 degrees or more, with numerous macrosetae, scattered basally and uniseriate apically, and numerous, fine longer setae scattered throughout length of plate (Fig.
Palato gingival grooves, also called palatoradicular grooves or radicular lingual grooves are developmental anomalies in which an infolding of the inner enamel epithelium and Hertwig's epithelial root sheath create a groove that passes from the cingulam and extend varying distances apically on to the root.
Mesosoma: pronotum, propleuron and mesopleuron acinose, pronotal groove shallow and scrobiculate; mesoscutal lobes acinose-rugose (Figure 4); notauli weakly impressed and scrobiculate, scutellum smooth; subalar groove scrobiculate, sternaulus finely scrobiculate and almost complete (Figure 5); propodeum mostly rugose, median carina diverging at extreme base and meeting lateral carinae, enclosing acinose-rugose basal median area, areola not defined apically.