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jugum

[′jü·gəm]
(botany)
One pair of opposite leaflets of a pinnate leaf.
(invertebrate zoology)
The most posterior and basal portion of the wing of an insect.
A crossbar connecting the two arms of the brachidium in some brachiopods.
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1A): Slightly elongated body; triangular light browned head with broad tylus, surpassing the juga and with four dark browned spines in the apex; small yellowish-browned pale eyes; ocelli absent; paled yellow four segmented rostrum surpassing the metacoxae; antennae with four segments, number I being smaller than segments II and III, and segment number IV fusiform, all of them with light browned coloration, except IV paled yellow; pale browned thorax; pronotum larger than the mesonotum and metanotum; yellowish paled femora, tibiae, senescent glands and also the abdomen dorsally and ventrally.
Segons s'ha assenyalat, Socrates no nomes pronuncia dos discursos, sino que juga a representar el rol dorador fictici dels mateixos.
Cabeza con dos franjas color pardo claro con granulaciones pequenas y pardas, desde los juga pero sin llegar a base de cabeza; ojos y ocelos rojos; pronoto con dos bandas anchas longitudinales, pardas y una blanquecina, longitudinales con puntuaciones pequenas; margenes laterales poco aserrados; escutelo con dos bandas longitudinales negras; paquetes alares alcanzando el margen anterior del segmento abdominal IV, apice de las almohadillas alares mas obscuro, margen lateral con una linea delgada negra, y dos franjas longitudinales pardas discontinuas; abdomen con varios puntos rojos pequenos, franja pardo obscura longitudinal, cercana al margen lateral, visible en los segmentos abdominales IV-VII; linea roja que rodea el abdomen apenas visible.
Observations of Juga in the diet of larval Pacific giant salamanders (Dicamptodon tenebrosus).
EPFM has a number of brands for its wheat flour products--Gerbang, Gunung, Kompas, and Gatotkaca, and juga Pirana, Serdadu Merah, Kawan Baru, and Teko Mas.
mendukung upaya menumbuh-suburkan pemikiran bahwa sastra Indonesia juga ada tersebar di kepuluauan.
DESCRIPTION: Head: Clypeus (tylus) unarmed, apically globose, weakly raised, extending anteriorly to and laterally weakly higher than juga; juga unarmed; antennal segment I stout, thickest, slightly curved outward, attenuated at base, and shorter than maximum length of head; segments II and III slender, cylindrical, and IV fusiform and barely thickened; each antennal segment clothed with scattered, short, semidecument, silver, bristle-like setae; antennal segments I to III densely tuberculate; ocellar tubercle barely raised; postocular tubercle protuberant; labial segment I short, reaching posterior half of head.