10); and a clade containing several species of Aristolochia plus Euglypha plus Holostylis and defined by concave-convex seeds (66) with a massive funicle
The seeds of the species analyzed in this study belong to the type I (CORNER, 1976), which is characterized by the "vascular supply as a single bundle extending round the seed from the funicle
more or less to the micropyle".
6x as long as wide and almost smooth; funicle
(excluding 4 anelli, second anellus very short) 3-segmented, F1 the longest funicle
segment, slightly longer than pedicel, F2 about as long as F3; clava 2-segmented, apical claval segment with a spicula and about 1.
Antennal scape as long as funicle
, club as long as funicle
Gaster sometimes completely dark brown; antenna with third funicle
segment are distinctly longer than broad with long setae (Plate VII; Fig.
2); scape slightly shorter than funicle
and at most reaching eye, funiculus with seven segments, antennal club compact and only one segmented (Figs.
The antenna of the EGW adult female had 9 segments and it had a light brown color; the number of flagellomeres in the anellus, funicle
and clava were 1, 3 and 3, respectively; the scape presented a slightly flattened column; the length of pedicel was 2 to 2.
First segment of funicle
subequal in length to pedicel and about 2 times as long as wide.