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Digit

An obsolete unit of length equivalent to 0.75 inches.
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Outer maxillipeds placed nearly longitudinally; merus and ischium fused, a demarcation line sometimes visible between them; palpus three segmented, carpus slightly longer than subtrapezoidal propodus, dactylus articulated disto-medially on ventral margin of subtrapezoidal propodus, overreaching it considerably.
guttatum this species bears at least two spines on the upper margin of its dactylus.
lt;<Pablos como travesti: vestimentas, disfraces, encubrimiento y movilidad social en El Buscon>>, Dactylus, 13, 1994, pp.
dactylus Miller & McKenzie (Miller & McKenzie, 1971); Fig.
olfersi are the following: the rostrum is straight or bent slightly downwards; the upper margin bears 12-15 regularly spaced teeth, 4 or 5 of which are located on the carapace behind the orbit; the lower margin bears 3, rarely 4 teeth; the posterior margin of the telson ends in an acute point, overreached by the inner pair of posterior spines; the pereiopod 2 is very unequal; the larger pereiopod 2 reaches with the entire carpus and a small part of the merus beyond the scaphocerite; the fingers, especially the dactylus, are strongly curved, gaping thereby; the palm is slightly compressed and somewhat swollen, the upper and lower margins are convex; the palm is 1.
En el proximo capitulo, que por cierto primero aparece en Dactylus en 1986, Forster se acomete a una tarea bibliografica sobre Fernando Pessoa y remata la poca atencion que se le presta al excepcional poeta portugues.
Our focus is on the mandibular palp, the medial rim of the basis of maxilla 1 and maxilliped 1, the propodus and dactylus of the endopod of maxilliped 2, and the dactylus of the endopod of maxilliped 3.
1J) not chelate; 3 long terminal spines on dactylus; dactylus short; propodus longer than carpus; exopod without natatory setae; endopod of 2nd pereiopod chelated (Fig.
First pereiopods moderately unequal in males, merus with 3 median and one distal spines on external margin in females and small males, but one distal spine in large males, internal margin with one median spine, upper margin with acute distal spine, carpus with prominent, acute, distal spine on internal margin, palm of largest chela with acute spine on upper margin near articulation of dactylus, fingers erlarged approximately 1.
2008) 4AS, fourth abdominal segment width; 5AS, fifth abdominal segment width; 6AS, sixth abdominal segment width; 5/6AS, fifth/sixth abdominal segment width; AW, abdomen width; BL, baited line; BMT, beam trawl; BS, beach seine; BT, baited trap; CN, crab net; CTW, cephalothorax width; DL, dactylus length of largest eheliped; DRN, double--rig net; DSL, dorsal length of the largest cheliped; FN, fyke net; FS, fish stomach; FT, fence trap; GB, glass box; GL, gonopod length; GN, gill net; HC, hand capture; HP, hooked pole; ICW, internal carapace width; LR, laboratory reared; MD, mating depressions; MGM, male gonad maturation stage; MMS, minimum mating size; MOS, minimum ovigerous size; MS, mating scars; N, number of specimens examined; n.
Lolliguncula argus is characterized by mantle short, bluntly pointed posteriorly; fins small, nearly elliptical in outline; length about 25% of mantle length; tentacles short, compressed; buccal suckers absent; arm suckers with about five blunt teeth on distal margin of sucker rings; distinct manus and dactylus present but carpus absent (Brakoniecki & Roper, 1985).