Still in this stage, the supraoccipital dorsally
approaches the caudal edge of the parietals (Figure 3).
Male: Patellar apophysis broad, dorsally
concave; RTA more than half length of tibia, with distinctly extended distal end; lateral tibial apophysis absent; cymbial furrow about 1/4 of cymbial length; conductor short, basal lamella indistinct, dorsal apophysis much larger than conductor; median apophysis small, spoon-shaped, without free standing anterior edge, situated close to embolic base; embolus short, filiform, prolateral in origin, thread originating near middle of tegular sclerite.
Body outline nearly circular except posterior border, exclusive of pleopods, almost straight; middorsal region of last pereomere and of all pleomeres markedly swollen dorsally
For instance, smooth styles are found in Dasyphyllum, styles dorsally
papillose below the branch bifurcation point such as those of tribe Stifftieae may be found in Chuquiraga, Dasyphyllum, Doniophyton, and Schlechtendalia (Cabrera, 1977), and styles papillose above the bifurcation point are found in Barnadesia (Cabrera, 1977; Urtubey, 1999).
Posteriormost two basibranchials fused dorsally
to respective tooth plates.
The diversity of burial practices--collective or single burials; in a mausoleum, stone cist or pit; dorsally
extended or in lateral position; decorated or undecorated wooden coffins--is echoed at the Fatimid necropolis in Cairo.
4) and a hyaline, bubble-like area ("socket") on posterior of bases with opening of socket dorsally
A narrow lateral light line is often present, bounded ventrally in some specimens with a still narrower, irregular sublateral dark line, and dorsally
by the area occupied in males by the lateral dark line, which is typically poorly defined in females.
Head: Front and vertex brown; post-gena white; eye glabrous, brown; antenna light brown with sensilla along the flagellomeres; labial palpus with elongated white scales dorsally
, creamy ventrally, totally white internally, with distal portions of 2nd and 3rd articles mixed with a few brown scales.
2A), red-brown setose dorsally
, pale yellow-white ventrally.
Colour in alcohol: Young fish (less than about 60 mm SL) brown dorsally
, grading to creamy yellow or tan on side and ventral portion of body; 10 relatively broad, brown bars on middle of side, becoming more distinct posteriorly; pair of oblique dark bands (often faint) with pale area between them, from ventral edge of eye to lower margin of operculum; additional dark band (often faint) crossing operculum to pectoral-fin base; median fins translucent to dusky grey with darker spotting on dorsal fins; 3-4 large dark spots along base of second dorsal fin, more evident in freshly preserved specimens; pelvic fins greyish with white outer margin; pectoral fins translucent with numerous small melanophores on fin rays; dark brown or black spot covering most of pectoral-fin base.
Histologic examination of the spinal cord revealed an intradural but extramedullary, unencapsulated tumor located dorsally
on the spinal cord, composed of loosely to sometimes densely arranged cells of ovoid to spindle shape, forming short, sometimes interwoven bundles, with indistinct cell borders and only slight eosinophilic cytoplasm.