The bilobed liver fits over the well-differentiated stomach in the manner of a saddle.
It is actually only bilobed, but it is important to notice that this division does not correspond to the two halves of the liver.
Thus in Tettigonia F. it is bilobed, and between it and the coxa two small pieces are inserted.
In Anthia it is bilobed posteriorly, while in the last-mentioned sex it is entire.
It subsequently loses its connection with the pharynx, and in adult life is a bilobed structure on either side of the windpipe.
In Ponera, one tribe of them, this elevation is bilobed, and receives between its lobes the vertex of the postnasus.
Cephalis nut-shaped, bilobed, of the same breadth as the cylindrical thorax.
Usually it is spherical or ellipsoidal, often violin-shaped or bilobed, with a sagittal constriction.
A bilobed ganglion connected with two nerve cords is placed anteriorly.
Epilobe: of mentum in Carabidae, really corresponds to a partially divided ligula: a lateral appendage of a bilobed mentum.
bilobate bi·lo·bate (bī-lō'bāt') or bi·lo·bat·ed (-bā'tĭd) or bi·lobed (bī'lōbd')
Divided into or having two lobes.