castaneous

castaneous

[ka′stān·ē·əs]
(biology)
Chestnut-colored.
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0 mm, ascending to appressed, linear to linear-lanceolate, castaneous, lustrous, flat or slightly twisted, denticulate, the teeth often bifid; leaves 1.
DESCRIPTION: Male (holotype): COLORATION: General coloration yellow with dark brown and pale pink spots on antennal segments I to III, anterolateral margins of pronotal disk, corial veins, posterior half and upper margin of connexivum, thorax, legs, abdominal sterna, and genital capsule; head dorsally yellow with short dark brown spot anterior to each ocelli; antennal segment IV pale castaneous orange; labial segments I to III pale yellowish orange and IV dark orange; apex of scutellum pale yellow; hemelytral membrane translucent with veins and basal angle brown; labial segments I to III yellow and IV dark orange; anterior and posterior lobe of metathoracic peritreme pale yellow; abdominal segments pale castaneous orange, scattered with brown and pink spots; mesopleura black.
These included Haplandrus fulvipes (Herbst) reported from Connecticut, Indiana, and New York, and Idiobates castaneous (Knoch) that had been previously recorded from New York, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia (Wiggins et al.
VALENTINE BLUE caught a tartar in Castaneous last time and will find it easier in the second division.
O'Neill, who had to be at his strongest on Grand Palace, found things much easier when completing his double on odds-on favourite Castaneous in the 1m4f maiden.
5 mm, linear, ascending, castaneous, slightly lustrous, flat or twisted, not tortuous, sparsely to retrorsely denticulate, apically with spreading or retrorse teeth; leaves up to 4 m long; petiole base scales like those of the rhizomes, sometimes forming a wool-like tuft; laminae 1-3 m long, basally 3-pinnate-pinnatisect to 4-pinnate, medially 3-pinnate-pinnatisect; lamina rachises glabrous to sparsely pubescent abaxially; basal pinnae ca.
DIAGNOSIS: Recognized by the moderate size; castaneous, ovoid body with the uniformly distributed, silvery, reclining setae; darkened antennal segment I and apical half of the II; apically pale brown femora; and lamellate, semicircular parempodia.
Femora and apices of tibiae castaneous, tibiae and apices of femora pale ochraceous, tarsi ochraceous.
7 cm, densely brown lepidote on both sides, dark castaneous toward the base, coarsely spinose at the apex; blades sublinear, slightly narrowed toward the base, suberect-arcuate, 22-30 x 4.
The rhizome, which exhibits dorsiventral symmetry, is attached to a few fragmentary fronds, which have a herbaceous texture, and are provided on both sides of the laminae, rachis, costae, and margins with cylindrical, castaneous setae, 1.
DIAGNOSIS: Distinguished from other known congeners by the comparatively small size, light castaneous general coloration, somewhat obscured spots on the pronotum and clavus, short and not hooked hypophysis of the left paramere, elongated phallotheca, and not much modified sclerotized rings (Figs.