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Related to clypeus: Cicindelidae, frons, prothorax, Clipeus
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11); fovea indistinct; clypeus narrow; sternum shield-shaped, longer than wide, with brown or transparent hairs along edge; mouthparts with endites long with rounded tips, longer than wide; labium and endites with scattered short hairs or setae; cheliceral furrow edentate; dorsal surfaces of chelicerae with variable number of short, thick, erect setae.
1 mm); dorsum covered with dense setae; apical portion of frons and basal portion of clypeus weakly convex; antennal segment I almost as long as half length of the interocular distance, covered with very sparse setae (Fig.
in the middle section of coarse detritus silty gyttja, the relative abundance of freshwater periphytic diatoms and chrysophyte cysts decreases distinctly, whereas brackishwater periphytic diatoms, such as Campylodiscus clypeus, Mastogloia baltica, and M.
Bristles: nine long, two short on caput in mid-dorsal line; two long, one short anteromedially; eight long, 12 short hairs between PME; four long, two short between ALE and clypeus edge.
The affinities, however, of these two species within the genus remain somewhat enigmatic and some unusual morphological features, such as the high clypeus, leg formula of I IV II III and robust appearance due to its relatively short legs, might be related to its preference for cursorial habitats.
When Clypeus was re- launched in 1994 our shake-down cruise was an opportunity to explore beautiful East Malaysia.
Head black, except mandible, clypeus, gena, face near clypeus and shortly along orbits, ventral side of head around mouth ferruginous; antenna testaceous; mesosoma black, except lateral margins and posterior collar of pronotum testaceous; metasoma brown; legs testaceous, except distal extremities of tibiae darkened, part of metacoxa and outer side of club of metafemur brown.
Fovea elongate, clearly visible; clypeus low, covered with greyish hairs.
Clypeus bifurcate, bearing a pair (1+1) of pointed process to each side; male abdominal segment VII bearing small, acuminate tufts of dark hairs laterally on each side; length 11.