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Synonyms for angulate

make or become angular

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having angles or an angular shape


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Mesoscutum and scutellum: Scutellum flattened, without row of punctures at sides; two punctures between mesoscutum and scutellum absent; apex of scutellum obtuse, not touching claval commisure: Pleura: Posterior part of metepimeron reduced, not angulate.
81, 82) dextral, up to 5 mm, turreted; sutures deep; spire low; whorls 4, angulate, top, middle and bottom, each bearing a carina; aperture circular (Harmen & Berg 1971); growth lines somewhat conspicuous; subfossils well-preserved, lack periostracum.
Prescutellar acrostichal setulae undifferentiated; crossvein dm-cu weakened to completely attenuate anteriorly, usually angulate or curved toward base, sometimes nearly straight; male terminalia with a ventrally-oriented, narrow process at ventral margin of epandrium between surstylus and cerci .
2A); clypeus small, weakly tumid, anterior surface straight to angulate, posteriorly oriented (Fig.
in the female the process is weak and angulate and that of the male is strong, curved, subacute and tooth-like.
Male fore tibia with a narrow, acutely angulate depression basally (Fig.
Displaced fractures will usually angulate in an apex volar direction due to attachments of the interossei muscles.
Mesonotum blackish; clasping cercus with a separate tubercle at base; basiphallus rather wide with angulate posterior process in lateral view D.
Clypeus: lacking apical nodules; second segment of antenna with an angulate projection, shorter in length than segment III.
65, hy) long, with broad-based rounded-truncate dorsobasal lobe, posterior bridge dorsally and ventrally produced (subtriangular to slightly angulate in profile); hypandrial arm constricted apically (viewed laterally), with 2 setulae proximal to postgonite, the more lateral strong, ventrally directed, the medial much smaller and weaker (obscured by epandrium on Fig.
Color dorsally very dark brown to black with feeble metallic luster, particularly on pronotum; metasternum anteriorly only feebly tumid medially; well-developed males with anterior clypeal margin obtusely angulate medially; size under 8 mm .