Definition of Lunular. Meaning of Lunular. Synonyms of Lunular

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Definition of Lunular

Lunular
Lunular Lu"nu*lar, a. [Cf. F. lunulaire. See Lunula.] (Bot.) Having a form like that of the new moon; shaped like a crescent.

Meaning of Lunular from wikipedia

- in the upper centre of the cell and brown-ringed lunular mark at the upper end. There is a lunular discal yellowish line curving outwards above and bent...
- Beyond the lunular band is a very indistinct pale purplish-brown lunular line and a marginal row of black dots. In females, the lunular band has a confluent...
- sinuous and outward, angulate above vein 4, the outer straighter, somewhat lunular, bordered by a series of whitish ovals with dusky or black centers. The...
- basal halves, white apically. Underside: grey. Forewing: a dusky brown lunular line on the discocellulars; two subcostal spots above the cell, one on...
- a spot within the cell, a larger spot at the end and a discal line of lunular spots joined together from the costa at one-third, curving inwards, then...
- very slender black line. This line is followed by a slender and somewhat lunular line; a transverse discal series of five black spots in interspaces 2 to...
- well-defined, two geminate (paired) spots in interspace 1 and a very small black lunular dot in interspace 1a; cilia brown, white at the base in the interspaces...
- red crossed by the black veins, the tornal red spot with a much broader lunular mark above it, and similar lunules above the admarginal spots in interspaces...
- well-defined discal ochraceous-white band formed of a series of somewhat lunular marks in the interspaces, these increase in width anteriorly; a subterminal...
- diffusely bronzy grey with brownish lines. There is a very strong brown lunular mark on the discocellular, and a minute dot immediately beyond the first...
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