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gastric

of, relating to, near, or involving the stomach
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Metasoma with petiole short, inconspicuous in dry-mounted specimens; gaster, particularly the apical gastral tergum, strongly elongate (Fig.
13 mm each long; pronotum with 2 pairs of long setae, arising from very well-marked pits; Gastral tergites 1 - 4 each with 2 - 4 very long erect setae.
Range Dermal pinule A pinulus length ([micro]m) 15 [+ or -] 24 88-222 tangential ray length ([micro]m) 156 [+ or -] 22 104-227 proximal ray length ([micro]m) 304 [+ or -] 155 68-728 Gastral pinule B pinulus length ([micro]m) 198 [+ or -] 47 85-280 tangential ray length ([micro]m) 170 [+ or -] 37 104-247 proximal ray length ([micro]m) 135 [+ or -] 33 65-193 Scopule F length ([micro]m) 606 [+ or -] 84 420-756 Scopule G length ([micro]m) 537 [+ or -] 103 369-751 Hexactin D ray length ([micro]m) 216 [+ or -] 47 146-341 Hexactin C ray length ([micro]m) 172 [+ or -] 41 100-278 Uncinate length (mm) 5.
Finally, the cells of the inner cell mass differentiate to choanocytes and are arranged in a choanoderm that surrounds a newly formed large gastral cavity.
Thereafter, he underwent two cardiac catherizations, and a nissen fundoplication procedure to combat gastral reflux caused by being on a ventilator for an extended period of time.
Length under 2 mm; gastral tergites minutely shagreened (non-glossy); propodeal spines short, triangular; postpetiole with a strong forward-pointing ventral protrusion, color dark reddish brown.
15 mm length or less) on all body; dorsal (outer) margin of hind tibia with abundant suberect setae longer than maximum width of tibia; first gastral tergum smooth and shining; color light brown.
The family Cheloninae is characterised as having a gastral carapace formed by the fusion of 1-3 tergites, covering the rest of the gaster (Shaw, 1997).
Two gastral ribs with the same morphology as that in IPS-51362b are preserved in this slab, together with some additional bones that cannot be identified due to preservation nature.
Head mostly brown except eyes and ocelli dirty pink; mesonotum greenish with bright metallic sheen, mesopleura mostly shining brown, tegula bright yellow; two basal gastral segments mostly yellow, remainder of gaster brown; scape, sometimes pedicel partially, and anelli yellowish, remainder of antennal segments a little darker (light brown); legs mostly yellow or yellowish brown except metacoxa shining brown and all apical tarsomeres brown.
ocellus; OCD, ocello-occipital distance (distance between posterior margin of hind ocellus and occipital margin seen vertically from above); IODv, minimum interocular distance at vertex (dorsal view); T1, T2, and so on, tarsal segment 1, tarsal segment 2, and so on; PD, puncture diameter; PIS, interspaces between punctures; GS1, GS2, and so on, gastral sternum 1, gastral sternum 2, and so on; GT1, GT2, and so on, gastral tergum 1, gastral tergum 2, and so on.
All measurements are in mm: HL--Head length: Maximum length, in full face view, from the apex of the clypeal apron to the middle of vertex; HW--Head width: Maximum width in full face view; SL--Scape length (excluding basal condyle and neck), in straight line distance; PW--Pronotal width: Maximum width across pronotum in dorsal view; WL--Weber's length: In lateral view of mesosoma, the line from posteroventral corner of mesosoma to farthest point on anterior face of pronotum; GL--Gaster length: In lateral view, the line from anterior edge of first gastral tergum to posteriormost point; TL--Total length (HL + Mandible length + WL + Petiole length + Postpetiole length + GL): CI--Cephalic index: HW/HL; SI--Scape index: SL/HW.