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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Fixed finger with 18 pointed teeth and with dental canals, two first distal teeth small, third subdistal tooth (mt) distinctly modified in shape and deviated in orientation with respect to the others, dental row reaching up to proximad to trichobothrium sb and level or distad to sensilla pc, 4-6 proximal microtubercles; tip of fixed finger with a modified accessory tooth (td) on antiaxial face; one pair of long antiaxial sensory setae (as) at the base, one level and the other distad of lyrifissure fb, 0.030-0.040 mm long, distance between them 0.036-0.042 mm, fixed finger depth at the base 0.045-0.050 mm; 5 teeth at level of est/it occupying 0.1 mm, distance between apices 0.023-0.025 mm.
The internal jaws [inner blades] have 2 accessory teeth and a denture [saw] of 11 to 13 denticles; the external jaws [outer blades] only have one accessory tooth (Fuhrmann, 1913).
valerioi has more denticles and the accessory tooth is more acute (Morera-Brenes & Leon 1986).