Metaterga 2–8 with two rows of spines (1+1 or 2+2 spines in anterior row, 2+2 spines in posterior row). Similar in this respect to Nagaxytes erecta, but differs by having: degree of elevation of paraterga higher; apical tubercles of epiproct inconspicuous; surface near lateral sulcus swollen as long ridge; lamina lateralis broad, with a long and conspicuous spatula-like lobe; lamina medialis very long, curved, apically hook-like; tip of solenomere terminating in two curved processes.
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