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digitate

, digitated
1. (of compound leaves) having the leaflets in the form of a spread hand
2. (of animals) having digits or corresponding parts

digitate

[′dij·ə‚tāt]
(anatomy)
Having digits or digitlike processes.
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Cephalic lappets finely digitate, not meeting in mid-line; snout laterally expanded, transversely striped with black, lips split mid-ventrally; right post-ocular peduncle relatively small, arising from base of eyestalk; subocular tentacle not evident; right neck lobe with approx.
5 x length of tegumen; valva with costal part short, almost 1/3 x length of phallus, with bulbous base; saccular part absent; vinculum projecting posteriorly as pair of digitate processes, apices rounded, sparsely setose from base to apex, almost 1/3 x length of phallus; phallus 1.
Postabdomen: All yellow with small hypopygium and three distinctive long setae on each side of ep, prg simple, digitate and fine setulose on outer aspect.