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funicle

[′fyün·ə·kəl]
(anatomy)
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Euglypha is part of an unresolved clade formed by a group of species with concave-convex seeds (character 66) and a massive funicle (70).
Species Presence of Seed coat funicle (exotesta) Cosmos sulphureus Sessile Non - specialized Eclipta alba Sessile Non - specialized Emilia sonchifolia Sessile Secondary thickening Elephantopus mollis Sessile Secondary thickening Erechtites valerianifolius Sessile Non - specialized Galinsoga quadriradiata Sessile Non - specialized Parthenium hysterophorus Sessile Non - specialized Praxelis clematidea Sessile Non - specialized Sigesbeckia orientalis Short funicle Non - specialized
0x as long as wide; funicle (excluding 3 anelli) 4-segmented, F1-F4 more or less subequal in length; clava 3-segmented, apical segment with a spicula; funicle and claval segments with long hairs and each with at least 2 hair-like longitudinal sensilla.
78 x) as long as 1st-7th funicular segments combined, set with fine pubescence, and not touching the eyes; funicle 1 2.
The funicle had 4 segments and its 1st segment was shorter than the other segments; the clava had 3 segments that were thicker than those of the funicle, and with the length of the clava equaled the sum of the 2nd and 3rd funicular segments; the length and the width of 1st claval segment were equal; the transverse section of the 2nd claval segment was broader and the 3rd claval segment was contracted into a circular cone; there was 1 chaetica sensilla (Fig.
3 times as long cheeks as cheeks Antennal scape about 6 times as Antennal scape about 4 times long as wide as long as wide Club slightly shorter than funicle Club slightly longer than funicle Marginal vein with 7 setae along Marginal vein with 5 setae anterior margin along anterior margin Ovipositor 0.
1110), may have different proportions of the funicle segments: the sixth is slightly longer than wide whereas it is clearly wider than long in 2 out of 3 specimens from Pakistan (Fig.