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divided into two lobes

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Triuncina, Trilocha in appearance) by the following characters: uncus undivided, long and thin with pointed apex, valva bifid postmedially, costa long sickle-shaped, sacculus inflated; gnathos vestigial; saccus slender with apical oncoides; aedeagus slender, slightly arched.
It exhibits a range of shapes from entire in most Corypheae, Borasseae, Phoeniceae, and some Cocoeae to bifid in most Areceae, Ceroxyleae, Geonomeae, and some Calameae, to palmate in Mauritia (Lepidocaryeae), Latania (Borasseae), to pinnate in Phytelephas (Phytelephantoideae) and Nypa.
67 times longer than deep; subterminal tarsal setae trifurcate on legs I and II, and bifid on legs III and IV; metatarsus IV with single subproximal tactile seta; arolium longer than claws, not divided but slightly indented at middle and with distal ventral margins fringed.
Terminalia (Figs 29-31): Epandrium distally in dorsal view pointed with bifid tip posteromedially.
2 times longer than wide; surface of Forewings with setae, basal part less, apical part more; veins with distinct tubercles, C vein with 34 tubercles, claval apically vein with tubercles; 2 indistinct subapical lines of cross veins; fork Sc+RP distad of fork CuA1+CuA2; r-m crossvein distad of fork MA+MP; RP apically bifid, MA apically bifid, MP apically bifid; fork PCu+A1 slightly basad of centre of clavus; Sc+R and M fused at superior-outside angle of basal cell; fork MA1+MA2 distad of fork MP1+MP2.
Propeltidium with some scattered bifid setae, slightly wider than long (Table 1) and separated from lateral lobes by dorsal grooves.
Style head broad and flat topped to tapering from broad base into narrow, often bifid apex, with thick and short to long and slender neck joining it to ovaries and 5 stigmatic zones near lower edge between anthers, with 5 vertically oriented grooves between anthers in which translator secreted; translator consisting of spoon- to cornet-shaped receptacle above (into which pollen/pollinia deposited), with small sticky viscidium at lower end projecting vertically over edge of style head or horizontally beneath it; ovary apocarpous, semi-inferior, rarely superior (Gymnanthera).
alba, is characterized by anthelate or fasciculate inflorescences, hypogynous bristles, and deeply bifid styles.
RTA short, conical, wide at base, dorsally curved and bifid at tip (Fig.
Bifid epiglottis--defined as a cleft in the epiglottis of at least two-thirds of its length--is a rare anomaly that is almost always associated with multiple other congenital defects.
The outer incisors are bifid with enlarged medial lobes.
9-10) slightly bulbous at base, elongate, apical process of median lobe short and not bifid, flagellum well sclerotized and developed, moderate in length and curved subapically; paramere (Fig.
6, 7 (Clade C)) is supported by having an anal lobe in the hindwing (8:1; later lost in the ancestor of Bibarrambla allenella), having the distal process of the male genitalia linear to curved at the tip, bifid, or quadrate (31:1; the distal process is later lost in the ancestor of the artemisiae group, the pastinacella group), and having the valvae broadest at base or nearly parallel sided (36:1 and 36:0; evolving multiple times within Depressariinae), and the parallelism of having a rounded vinculum (43:1).