glabrous


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glabrous

[′glab·rəs]
(biology)
Having a smooth surface; specifically, having the epidermis devoid of hair or down.
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Leaves alternate; petiolate; blades elliptical to oblong, chartaceous or less commonly sub-coriaceous, pinnately veined, margin entire, completely glabrous to weakly arachnoid beneath.
Surface of pronotum with fine microreticulation consisting of dense transversal meshes and extremely fine sparse punctation, glabrous.
The veins adaxially are glabrous to subglabrous (only one or two hairs present), and sparse hairs are often present on the costules abaxially, especially distally.
Chelae almost completely glabrous, except for a few isolated setae on lateral area of posterior side of second podomere.
Leaves alternate, sparse to densely imbricate; sessile to clasping; blades linear, subulate, oblanceolate to spathulate, pinnately, three-veined, or with a conspicuous central vein, margin entire, ciliate to dentate, glabrous to densely pubescent.
0 mm long, 4-6-celled; laminar tissue between veins on both surfaces eglandular, glabrous; ultimate veins visible on both surfaces, abaxially eglandular, glabrous to sparsely pubescent, the hairs 0.
Hind coxae with dense coarse rigose punctation at middle and remainder with fine punctation, except glabrous area near sulcus of anterior region (Fig.
However, some of these clades are still lacking obvious, non-molecular synapomorphies, for example, the glabrous Pachyglossa and Platyglossa clades of sect.
Leaves densely imbricate; sessile, clasping; blades subulate, coriaceous, three to five parallel veins in the sheathing portion, reduced to one vein in the blade, margin entire to dentate-spiny, glabrous to pubescent.
Chelicerae faces swollen, glabrous, yellowish, lateral longitudinal carinae present, three retromarginal teeth subequal.
8 mm wide, ovate, acuminate and incurved at the apex, slightly cucullate, erect, yellowish-green, carinate near the apex, nerved, longer than the sepals, not concealing the rachis, glabrous.
Dorsal surface of scutellum glabrous, with a few sparse setulae confined to margins of disc .