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Definition of Bipectinated

Bipectinated
Bipectinate Bi*pec"ti*nate, Bipectinated Bi*pec"ti*na`ted, a. [Pref. bi- + pectinate.] (Biol.) Having two margins toothed like a comb.

Meaning of Bipectinated from wikipedia

- shaped like a string of beads, comb-like (either on one side or both, bipectinate), or toothed. The physical variation of antennae is important for the...
- wings. Additionally, while females have simple antennae, males have bipectinate (comb-like on both sides) antennae to sense females' pheromones during...
- It is found in Réunion. The male adults of this species have large, bipectinated antennaes. Viette, P. 1958e in: Lépidoptères récoltés à La Réunion par...
- length of its forewings is 35mm, the antennae 12 mm long, blackish and bipectinated. The species was named after its collector A. Kallies. Nässig,2000. A...
- pure white. Head and thorax are straw yellow. In males the antennae are bipectinated to three-fourths length. The hind tibiae bear two pairs of spurs. The...
- 28 mm. Abdomen, thorax and head are uniformely beige. Antennaes are bipectinated. Front wings are white with a dense pattern of black scaled and 3 red...
- Antennae of Biston species. 1 bipectinate, with long rami (male of Biston melacron) 2 bipectinate, with short rami (male of Biston thibetaria) 3 filiform...
- species has a length of the forewings of 11.5-12.5 mm. Its antennae are bipectinated. Vertex, first segment of thorax and upper side of the thorax are green...
- has a white comma-shaped (tornal) spot. He has marked plumose (short, bipectinate) antennae. The wingspan measures between 35 and 38 mm. The female moth...
- distinguished easily by structural differences in their antennae (e.g. bipectinate). Chrysiridia rhipheus (Uraniidae), the day-flying Madagascan sunset...
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