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Integument: Body surface dull, roughly punctate, and not conspicuously tuberculate; antennal segments I to III densely tuberculate; antennal segments I to IV, legs, and abdominal sterna clothed with short semidecumbent to decumbent silvery bristlelike setae; femora not tuberculate.
Integument: Body surface dull, roughly punctate; antennal segments I to III densely tuberculate; antennal segments I to IV, legs, and abdominal sterna clothed with short, semidecumbent to decumbent, silvery, bristlelike setae.
Integument: Body surface dull, roughly punctate, in great part roughly tuberculate; antennal segments I to III densely tuberculate; antennal segments I to IV, legs, and abdominal sterna clothed with short, semidecumbent to decumbent, silvery, bristlelike setae; femora dorsally and ventrally conspicuously serrate
Legs: Femora almost with setae, scattered bristlelike setae on ventral surface; tibiae with moderate distribution of semierect, pale, simple setae, mostly on ventral surface, densest on foretibiae.
Left paramere: moderately splayed out; relatively elongate, strongly sclerotized, distally recurved apophysis or posterior process; anterior process sclerotized, fingerlike projected medially and sitting flat in repose, hooked over proctiger; additional process on anterior dorsal margin present, moderate size, weakly pointed apically, oriented in plane of anterior and posterior processes; few elongate, bristlelike, ventrally projected setae medially along outer posterior margin of apophysis.
Legs: Femora with sparse distribution of semierect simple setae; tibiae with decumbent simple setae, more dense distally, intermixed with bristlelike, semierect setae.
DIAGNOSIS: This species is recognized by the following combination of characters: slender species (Figs 9, 10), dorsum mostly fuscous, with orange and white markings; clypeus elliptoid, distally rounded (Figs 2b, 4c, f); frontal plate evenly arcuate, obtusely tapered posteriorly (Figs 2a, b, 4c, d); first antennal segment elongate, bottle-shaped (Figs 2b, 9, 10); second antennal segment cylindrical (Figs 9, 10); labium short; hind tibiae linear, with elongate, pale bristlelike setae; genital opening of pygophore without tubercles (Figs 2g, h, 11a); left paramere L-shaped (Fig.
Head: Leading edge of frontal plate with sparse distribution of short setae; clypeus with sparse distribution of dark, more robust setae; vertex and gula with moderate distribution of more elongate setae; Legs: Femora with moderate distribution of semierect simple setae; tibiae with decumbent simple setae, more dense distally, inter-mixed with bristlelike, semierect setae, latter longer than tibial width.
Legs: Moderate distribution of elongate, semierect setae; tibiae with elongate setae more bristlelike, intermixed with shorter more decumbent setae.
4g); first antennal segment elongate, bottle-shaped (Figs 4g, 14); second antennal segment fusiform; labium short; hind tibiae arcuate, with elongate, pale bristlelike setae; genital opening of pygophore with digitiform tubercle (Fig.