spiniger

spiniger

[′spin·ə·jər]
(invertebrate zoology)
Seta that tapers to a fine point, most frequently used in connection with compound seta (thus, compound spiniger).
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For instance, the longest cecropin-like peptide stomoxyn, from the stable fly Stomoxyns calcitrans and spinigerin from the fungus growing termite Pseudacanthotermes spiniger were reported to be not induced by microbial infection but constitutively present in the secretion of female reproductive glands, in the anterior midgut and in the hemocytes [29].
Type Species: Labus spiniger de Saussure, 1867, by subsequent designation of Bingham, 1897, Fauna Brit.
spiniger are most abundant in the geographic area where Icelinus borealis is found (Matarese et al.
spiniger thorny sculpin British Columbia- Bering Sea I.
Vibratory alarm signals in two sympatric higher termite species: Pseudacanthotermes spiniger and P.
spiniger build similar, but domed structures as launching pads (Howse 1970: 92).
maculatus) Pirata spiniger (Simon) Southeastern X Pirata sylvanus Chamberlin & Ivie Southeastern X Pirata triens Wallace & Exline Uncertain X Pirate zelotes Wallace & Exline Northeastern X Schizocosa aulonia Dondale Central X Schizocosa avida (Walckenaer) Eastern X X (Lycosa avida) Schizocosa bilineata (Emerton) Eastern X X Schizocosa crassipalpis (Emerton) Northeastern X X (S.