carinate


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Synonyms for carinate

birds having keeled breastbones for attachment of flight muscles

having a ridge or shaped like a ridge or suggesting the keel of a ship

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Hemelytron with clavus exposed, reaching apex of scutellum; lateral margins of corium slightly carinate, parallel, almost extending to posterior margin of connexivum II; membrane lacking veins, reaching to base of seventh abdominal segment (Fig.
3 times longer than penultimate segment, tapering distally, with some spines distally; lateral surface of ultimate segment longitudinally carinate, with row of stiff setae; cross section trigonal; antepenultimate segment flattened dorsoventrally, with numerous heavily plumose setae on margins and with prominent cluster of long setulose setae on low elevation at proximomesial part; coxa with large, bilobed epipod; no strap-like process on epipod.
5/7; eyes stalked and directed anterolaterally; postocular lobes sinuately converging to constricted neck; vertex with a carinate ridge laterally delimited by longitudinal grooves; rostrum arising from a slitlike atrium, shorter than head, lateral margins of rostral groove beset with a fringe of stiff setae.
Inflorescence broadly capitate, simple, umbellate, apex nearly flat, sunk in the center of the rosette, 8-9 cm long (excluding the petals), 9-12 mm in diameter, 56 to 65-flowered; floral bracts entire to remotely denticulate at the apex, green, membranaceous, distinctly nerved, longitudinally sulcate mainly near the apex, sparsely to subdensely white-lepidote outside, glabrous inside, the outer ones resembling the involucral bracts, ecarinate, slightly exceeding the ovary, the inner ones narrowly ovate-lanceolate to sublinear-lanceolate, acuminate, ecarinate or bearing a protruded central nerve and appearing carinate, 45-60 x 8-20 mm, slightly exceeding the ovary.
The dorsal valve is weakly convex with a shallow sulcus between the middle primary costae, ventral valve slightly carinate (Fig.
3I, K) inserted into obscure cuplike receptacles on anterior margins of propodi; distal ends of meri sparsely setose; bases of posterior pereopods carinate.
Anterior pronotal plate with a few scattered hairs near dorsolateral margins and weakly transversely carinate.
However, the sherds in grave 70 may be earlier in date, since they resemble for instance pinched carinate vessels from fortified settlements in Lithuania, which are locally classified among the striated ceramics (e.
1 mm long, free, glabrous, white except for the red apex, the adaxial ones carinate with keels decurrent on the ovary, the abaxial one obtusely if at all carinate; petals narrowly lanceolate, apex acuminate to acute, suberect at anthesis, 18-25 x 4 mm, free, purple, bearing 2 irregularly digitate-lacerate appendages 6-8 mm above the base.
Males with clypeal horn wider apically than medially with apex notched, pronotal process not carinate ventrally; females with pronotum longitudinally concave at midline .
8 mm wide, ovate, acuminate and incurved at the apex, slightly cucullate, erect, yellowish-green, carinate near the apex, nerved, longer than the sepals, not concealing the rachis, glabrous.
Clypeus triangular, relatively convex, with or without median carina, lateral margins not carinate.
Posterior lobe of pronotum densely set with pits, surface rugose, carinate on lateral margin (Fig.
45 mm long, subsessile, odorless; sepals oblong-lanceolate, subsymmetrical, apex acuminate to apiculate-caudate, not rigid, 12-15 x 5 mm, free, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lanate to glabrous, green, obtusely if at all carinate toward the base; petals narrowly elliptic-subobovate, ca.