Definition of Neuration. Meaning of Neuration. Synonyms of Neuration

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Definition of Neuration

Neuration
Neuration Neu*ra"tion, n. (Biol.) The arrangement or distribution of nerves, as in the leaves of a plant or the wings of an insect; nervation.

Meaning of Neuration from wikipedia

- before the middle and tending to radiate outward on the lines of the neuration. An outwardly waved series of spots lies beyond this shade, annulate below...
- traversed by diffused lines of pale fawn-brownish scales, following the neuration beyond the end of the cell. At the end of the cell is a small brownish...
- This stripe is white in the white area, but grey in the black area. The neuration beyond the white area is finely marked out with bluish scales. The basal...
- mouse-grey, with very faint indications of paler lines following the neuration. These are scarcely distinguishable except along the upper margin of the...
- Adelidoria, which is related to the genus Cerynia, but differs in the neuration, etc. According to Distant, length excluding tegmina 9 to 10 mm; including...
- wingspan is about 57 mm. The forewings are very pale ochreous, with the neuration prominently darkish brown, and a brownish subapical cloud, as well as...
- with a large patch of flocculent (woolly) scaled below costa, the costal neuration being distorted downwards. Male with a patch of curved woolly hair on...
- Islands. Its wingspan about 56 mm. Males with non-distorted sub-costal neuration of forewings and without ****ual patches on forewing and hindwing. Antennae...
- short branches. Thorax and abdomen without tufts and tibia lack spines. Neuration normal. Forewings with produced and rounded apex, where the outer angle...
- described by Warren in 1894. This genus is similar to Sco**** but differs in neuration of the wings and the female's antennae that are shortly and stoutly pectinated...
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