incrassate


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incrassate

[in′kra‚sāt]
(biology)
State of being swollen or thickened.
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Apertural lip wide and flaring, but hardly incrassate.
Apertural lip holotype expanded and flaring, slightly reflected and somewhat incrassate.
Peristome entire, incrassate, proportionally small, roundish in outline, about as high as wide or wider than high, PH: PW 0.
Peristome entire, not strongly incrassate, squarish in outline, higher than wide; PH:PW 1.
First antennal segment cylindrical, without beading or apically incrassate (Fig.
First antennal segment beaded, and apically incrassate (Fig.
Fore and middle femora slender, unarmed or with tiny tubercles; hind femur extending beyond apex of abdomen, curved, strongly clavate, the basal half very slender, the apical half abruptly incrassate, thickened, dorsally smooth, and ventrally armed with 2 rows of spines and tubercles; fore and middle tibiae unarmed; hind tibia shorter than femur, curved, compressed, with outer margin sulcate, inner margin not expanded, and apically armed with broad medium size spine.
Hind femur gradually incrassate from base toward apex; interocular space with short tubercle near the inner border of each eye--M.
2B, 3B); fore femur of male more or less incrassate, armed with prominent basal and apical teeth and a row of 6-14 short, dark spines between them; Indian Ocean and Western Pacific 6
Antenna dark brown ([male]), pale brown ([female]); segment II incrassate ([male]), pale with dark basal ring ([female]).
Legs slender, thickened basally but not incrassate, not threadlike distally; middle coxae farther from hind coxae than fore coxae.