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tegular

Relating to, or arranged like, a tile.
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Artoria is characterized by a male pedipalp with a bifurcate or spoon-shaped apically directed tegular (= median) apophysis with a narrow base (Framenau 2002).
Embolus with a base positioned under the proximal part of tegulum (EB) and the long tapering, outwards pointing tegular apophysis (TA).
50 m wide, is built of limestone with mortar, having tegular fragments too, right at the base (reused material).
e = embolus; RTA = retrolateral tibial apophysis; SD = sperm duct; TL = proximal tegular lobe; VTA = ventral tibial apophysis.
The specific name refers to the Latin word "tegula", meaning the aedeagus with tegular process in dorsal margin.
The arrangement of two tegular apophyses arising proximally from the tegulum in a 6- to 7-o'clock position is characteristic (Figs 1-3).
The terms median apophysis and conductor are used to name tegular apophyses to extend the implied homology beyond gnaphosid spiders (Miller, 1967; Platnick and Shadab, 1975, 1983; Senglet, 2004; Zakharov and Ovtcharenko, 2011), to include other spider groups (Comstock, 1910, 1920; Sierwald, 1990; Coddington, 1990).
Nice shopping center location with ample open windows, this salon gets walk-ins as well as a tegular request cIentele established over 7 years.
Las abreviaturas utilizadas en el texto son las siguientes: E = embolo, ATR = apofisis tibial retrolateral, SM = septo medio, TUT = tutaculo, BT = borde tegular, AV = apofisis ventral, CT = cresta transversal, SE = surco epigastrico, AT = apofisis tegular.
Patellal apophysis broad, dorsally concave; RTA more than half the tibial length, with distinctly extending distal end; lateral tibial apophysis absent; cymbial furrow less than 1/3 of cymbial length; conductor short, basal lamella indistinct, dorsal apophysis about the same size as conductor; median apophysis small, spoon-shaped, without free standing anterior edge, arising posteriorly; embolus short, filiform, prolateral in origin, thread originating near middle of tegular sclerite (Figs.