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Synonyms for angulate

make or become angular

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having angles or an angular shape


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An ozarkodinid with P1 (carminate to carminiplanate) and P2 (angulate to anguliplanate) elements characterized by a small platform developed along the whole element on both sides of the blade.
Anterior view (A) and posterior view (B) female weevil: profemur with weak, subacute, angulate, internal process and protibia with uncus and mucro present; and anterior view (C) and posterior view (D) of male weevil: profemur with strong, curved, subacute, tooth-like, internal process and protibia lacking an uncus.
Diagnosis: Head: Face distinctly angulate or with a protruding, transverse carina (best seen in lateral view); dorsal half of face narrow, not distinctly and broadly flattened or shield-like, ventral half of face lacking transverse furrows.
Mesoscutum and scutellum: Scutellum flattened, without row of punctures at sides; two punctures between mesoscutum and scutellum absent; apex of scutellum obtuse, not touching claval commisure: Pleura: Posterior part of metepimeron reduced, not angulate. Metepisternum: Without outgrowth.
The forced straightening of the previously bent rod tends to angulate the fracture in the direction of the curved rod.
"Most beds are made for adult-sized bodies, and the way they angulate still only fits an adult, not a child," continues Roberts.
Mesonotum blackish; clasping cercus with a separate tubercle at base; basiphallus rather wide with angulate posterior process in lateral view D.
Thorax arched, sparsely pubescent, finely rugulose; prothorax convex, roof-shaped, descending, with two foveal impression on each lateral side; prescutum broader than long, broadest posterior to center, narrower anteriorly, angulate laterally and on posterior margin; scutum much broader than long, slilghtly shorter than prescutum, weakly depressed dorso-medianally, angulate laterally, posterior margin weakly invaginated along scutellum; scutellum trapezoid, broad anteriorly and narrow posteriorl, about twice as broad as long.
Clypeus: lacking apical nodules; second segment of antenna with an angulate projection, shorter in length than segment III.
The pronotal disc is pentagonal with fore margin straight and hind margin angulate. This combination of pronotal characters is the peculiar feature of this new genus and is not found in the other two compared genera.
Head with epistoma nearly flat, punctured; clypeus nearly semicircular, faintly truncate or feebly sinuate at middle, widely rounded at sides, quite thinly bordered, edge thickened at middle, elongately bristled at sides; genae strongly developed, abruptly angulate, not deflexed, bristled, protruding much more than eyes; latter medium size; frontal suture finely impressed, not at all tuberculate.
Hind femora of robustness, length 2.8 times greater than the depth; subapical teeth in front of the knee acute angulate, knee teeth angulate; the basal half of the dorsal carinae of hind femora smooth, the apical half with fine teeth.
It is very close to Meristhus (Sulcimerus) quadripunctatus but can be separated by some distinguished characters: in Meristhus (Sulcimerus) afganus body colour castaneous, antennal length just half of prothorax, pronotum with sides not sinuate, hind angles with distinct corners while in Meristhus (Sulcimerus) quadripunctatus body colour chocolate, antennal length 1/3rd of prothorax, pronotum with sides angulate, hind angles with blunt ends.