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punctate

[′pəŋk‚tāt]
(biology)
Dotted; full of minute points.
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flavicollis by the profusion of small, dark punctation on the pronotum and by the dark posterolateral corners of the connexiva (Fig.
Punctation shallow, sparse and regular on (a), deep, dense and irregular on most of (b); punctation lacking the part of (b) dorsal and posterior to supracoxale, and on (c), (d) and (e).
58) The whole codex trimmed up to the punctation (288 x 190 rum) and was basically made from twelve-folio quires (except quire VI and VII): foll.
Punctation around and above antennal sockets similar to that of clypeus; rest of head more finely punctured; vertex around ocelli smooth.
The plainware excavated in 1997 is followed by pottery decorated with both incising and punctation.
A moderately coarse punctation vascular pattern with wide intercapillary distances was noted.
In low-grade lesions, transparent to semi-transparent acetowhite areas with vague or feathery margins and fine punctation and/or mosaic seen.
Punctation on clypeus, frons, pronotum, and elytra denser and deeper.
Mesosoma with light punctation, space between punctures more than size of punctures, each puncture with a hair; hind femur with small tooth at anterior side on single lobe, a tooth shaped structure present at the distal end of the femur, length of femur 2x its maximum width; tibia with 2 carinae at anterior end, with 2 apical spurs; marginal vein of fore wing slightly away from wing margin, postmarginal vein very short, stigmal vein short with distinct uncus.
Dark bronze to black; with long, white setae and dense, round punctation or crescent to horseshoe sculpture throughout surface (Fig.
Head with epistoma feebly convex on disc, finely subregularly sparsely punctured, punctation somewhat denser and coarser distally; clypeus faintly sinuate at middle, rounded at sides, almost thickly bordered, the edge upturned; genae subauriculate, obtusely angulate, elongately ciliate, distinctly protruding more than eyes; frontal suture finely impressed, nearly faint at middle; front relatively somewhat densely punctured.