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of or treating the most basic aspects

arising from or going to the root or source

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especially of leaves

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serving as or forming a base

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of primary importance

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Chelicerae yellowish brown, broad basally, gradually narrow anteriorly; promargin with two teeth, lower small, upper large; retromargin with one tooth, higher and larger than promarginal teeth; fangs dark brown, short, strongly curved with scopulae at base and on upper side, tapering towards tip.
3] a little shorter, 53-57), thin basally and widened medially, curved in basal part, smooth.
SURFACE AND VESTITURE: Dorsal and ventral surface bearing recumbent pale setae; femora with pale seta basally, slightly darker setae apically, and single, erect dark spinelike setae apically; tibiae with dark spine-like setae.
Cerci laminate, basally broad, tapering gradually, curved inwards about midlength, half distal portion very narrow.
Abdominal terga punctuate basally, distance separating punctures distinctly larger than diameters of punctures.
Pedi-palps predominantly dark brown; femur and patella with few regions slightly lighter externally and ventrally, insertion of all the trichobothria yellow in both segments; hand completely yellow; fixed and movable fingers dark brown, yellowish basally.
6 mm in length, slender, straight or sometimes slightly curved; a group of 6-9 annuli are basally or sub-basally placed; distal end with a hydrothecal pedicel composed of 5-7 narrow annuli.
Maxillae yellowish brown with dense black scopulae, distinctly longer than wide, medially constricted outer lateral margin with few yellow setae, somewhat narrow basally, broad apically.
This species is recognized by its robust habit and unusual leaves that are narrow, elliptic-oblong and basally cordate.
2B, 3B); male endosomal characters unknown; male fore tibia basally incised (Fig.
The tooth crown consists of three separate, basally fused cusps.
Baseline cranial contrast enhanced MRI detected a nonspecific inflammatory granulomatous lesion in the right cavernous sinus extending basally towards the right trigeminal cave (Meckel's cave) and anteriorly towards the apex of the right orbit.
Syncoxa of maxilla with one (probably coxal) endite armed with one stout spinulose element fused to endite basally, and one slender seta; allobasis with one (probably basal) strong claw with one accompanying seta, drawn out into strong curved claw with one accompanying seta (probably endopodal), endopod represented by two setae.
Chelicerae yellowish, broad basally, gradually narrow anteriorly; promargin and retromargin with one tooth each, retromarginal tooth higher; fangs yellowish brown, short, strongly curved.
Legs white to brown yellow, except basal half of hind coxae dark brown, femora apically and tibiae basally pale brown to dark brown, the 5th tarsi pale brown.