claviform


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claviform

[′klav·ə‚fȯrm]
(biology)
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Seven new characters referring to observed stridulating setae were added to the original matrix and numbered from the last character, as follows (all '0' absent and '1' present): (36) stridulating plumose setae on the coxae; (37) stridulating plumose setae on the trochanters; (38) stridulating claviform setae on the coxae; (39) stridulating claviform setae on the trochanters; (40) stridulating velvet setae on the coxae; (41) stridulating spiniform setae on the coxae; and (42) stridulating spiniform setae on the trochanters.
Dorsal face of all tarsi with two irregular longitudinal rows of very short claviform trichobothria.
Foretarsus with sensillum b' present, t1 claviform, t3 long and finger-like, all other sensilla slender and parallel-sided (Figs.
Stipe is cylindrical, young fruit Stipe is cylindrical, thin, bodies are quite thick, and ripe sometimes with a thickening at ones are more or less thin, with a the bottom; above a ring it claviform thickening at the bottom; has a cap's colour, below it-- above a ring it is whitish, below a it is darker.
Tambien se han hallado algunas piezas de arte mueble, entre las que destaca un fragmento de plaquita decorada con motivos claviformes que presentan un paralelismo indudable con el conjunto de signos daviformes pintados en rojo en el interior de la cueva.
Esophagus stout, claviform, with small ventriculus giving off a long, single or double appendix.
Spikelets 2-2.5 x 0.8-1 mm, with linear hairs with claviform apex and smooth walls D.
Among the most important characters for distinguishing the genus is the presence of a zygomorphic androecium with three abaxial stamens; presence of convex, claviform to pyramidal extrafloral nectaries and cylindrical or plane-compressed fruit with inert dehiscence.