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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
VESTITURE: Dorsum with moderately dense and evenly scattered distribution of short pale golden lanceolate scalelike setae intermixed with longer, thicker, black, decumbent, simple setae; venter with moderate distribution of short pale golden lanceolate scalelike setae; tibial spines light brown.
Pronotum laterally polished, unsculptured, with tuft of white setae anteriorly, and 8-10 long, completely decumbent setae posteriorly.
Thaumatomyrmex is a rarely collected but extremely distinct genus that has unique fork-like mandibles and glossy nitid integument with scattered curved decumbent setae.
Gaster with scattered, long, erect hairs, especially along the edges of the tergites, and with sparse, decumbent hairs, separated by about 1/3 to 2/3 their length.
However, the rockhouse habitat, decumbent stems, white-pilose stems and lower leaf surfaces, and thinner leaves are important differences between S.
Head: Leading edge of frons with sparse distribution of short, decumbent setae; vertex and gula with sparse distribution of more elongate setae.
Legs: Femora with sparse distribution of semierect simple setae; tibiae with decumbent simple setae, more dense distally, intermixed with bristlelike, semierect setae.
Christ is characterized as being terrestrial or rupestral, stems decumbent to erect, with broad, brownish or sometimes pink, nearly concolorous scales, monomorphic or dimorphic fronds, densely covered with scales abaxially, areolate venation without included veinlets, sporangia borne in an exindusiate soral band on and between the veins.
2); antennal segment II on medial surface of basal third with a fringe of short, suberect, simple setae set in a dense patch, or with normal, decumbent, very short setae as on remaining surface of antenna; hemelytron with dark or yellowish, decumbent, simple setae (Figs.
VESTITURE: Head: Antennal segment II with normal, decumbent, very short setae as in remaining surface of antennae.
Aoplonema lopidium is further considered to belong into Aoplonema because the vestiture is composed of two types of setae: simple decumbent and sericeous (characters 0-1) (Fig.