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cymatium

The crowning molding of a classical cornice, esp. when it has the form of a cyma, though it may also be an ovolo or cavetto; an ogee.
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Both types of sensilla are numerous and have been found in the Corixidae, (Corixa dentipes, Figure 29(c); Cymatia coleoptrata, Figures 30(b), 30(e), and 30(f)); and Hesperocorixa linnaei, Ectemnostegella montana, Agraptocorixa hyalinipennis, Corixa punctata, Stenocorixa protrusa, Table 2), Diaprepocoridae, (Diaprepocoris zealandiae, Figures 31(a) and 31(b)) and Micronectidae (Micronecta quadristrigata, Figure 31(e)).
The monophyly of the Corixidae including the Corixinae (Corixa affinis, Corixa punctata, Agraptocorixa hyalinipennis, and Hesperocorixa linnaei) and Stenocorixinae (Stenocorixa protrusa)(except for Cymatiainae (Cymatia coleoptrata)) is supported by one synapomorphy (32-7).