clavate


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clavate

[′klā‚vāt]
(biology)
Club-shaped. Also known as claviform.
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Trichobothria: mt I-II with 6 filiform trichobothria in two rows in distal half; mt III with 6 short filiform distally; mt IV with 14 short filiform for length; ta I with 5 clavate trichobothria in basal half, 10 filiform in two longitudinal rows; ta II with 5 clavate in basal half, 12 filiform in two longitudinal rows; ta III with 5 clavate in basal 1/4, 18 filiform in two longitudinal rows; ta IV with 4 clavate basal 1/4, 10 filiform in two longitudinal rows; palp, ti with 8 filiform in curved two rows; ta with 9 clavate centrally, 12 filiform in 2 rows in distal half.
Antennae: AI enlarged, incrassate, weakly arcuate, longer than maximal pronotal width; AII cylindrical, weakly arcuate, not clavate distally (Fig.
5 mm long, spreading, simple and branched clavate hairs present on crosiers and persistent on older fronds, 0.
As noted in the Introduction, Raven (1985) stated that there are up to 10 clavate setae in the known species of Diplura Koch 1850, arranged in a single series.
diagnosis on the basis of fruit shape; clavate fruits are restricted to
2D), simple and branched clavate hairs of crosiers and young fronds sometimes persistent in older fronds, but generally glabrescent.
Sundochernes differs from all other chernetid genera by the following combination of characters: flagellum with 3 blades; spermathecae with 2 thickened tubes with rounded terminal bulbs; legs without tactile setae; 1 pair of eyespots present; vestitural setae generally small, dentate and clavate.
However, its clavate fruit form and sometimes monoecious flowering habit suggest its placement near G monoica and G.
Flagellum of antenna almost as long as fore wing, slender, distinctly clavate at apex, with 24 segments; basal and mid flagellomeres 1.
The clustered asci were clavate with each containing 8 ascospores; the ascospores were 9-11 [micro]m x 6.