, it turns out, is "an encircling band, molding, or fillet, as on the shaft of a column.
Chlorion differs from the aforementioned genera by its smaller thoracic spiracles in relation to those of the abdomen, weakly pigmented anterior prothoracic annulet
, and the head with both blotched areas and depressions in the front and clypeus (Evans 1964).
2 cm; abdominal segments divided into 2 annulets by a transverse crease.
The mature larvae of the tribe Chrysidini are defined by showing abdominal segments divided into 2 annulets, and having cranium with 5 or more pairs of setae.
In addition, the absence on capital C of a groove at the top of the echinus, or annulets or other type of decorative zone at the bottom of the echinus, gives the impression that the capital belongs to a very primitive stage of development before such features had become a general characteristic of Doric capitals.
The fluted necking, annulets, and groove at the top of the echinus of the original capitals were not replicated.