serrate seta

serrate seta
Shaft of variable length and thickness without setules; denticles varying from numerous and fine to few and stout, investing most of shaft, or confined to apical region; sometimes modified; annulus sometimes present; pore absent; socket usually apparent [Ingle, 1992].

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