One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Antennae incrassated and plumose in basal half, the joints moniliform, apical half setaceous.’
- ‘Hind tibiae somewhat incrassated with infuscated tips; the usual setae are long and conspicuous; on the inner face a dark brown band runs from the insertion of the tibia to its middle, where it ends in a point; the infuscated tip of the tibia sends out a much shorter dark brown band which stops before reaching the basal band.’
- ‘The tail is always longer than the body length, and is never incrassated.’
- ‘The computed tomographic scan showed that the bowel wall of sigmoid colon was incrassated and irregular in shape.’
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