Definition of Spiracular. Meaning of Spiracular. Synonyms of Spiracular

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Definition of Spiracular

Spiracular
Spiracular Spi*rac"u*lar, a. Of or pertaining to a spiracle.

Meaning of Spiracular from wikipedia

- immediately above the spiracular line being larger and more distinct giving the effect of a black line over the white spiracular line. The paired lines...
- capitulum (dorsal view); b, capitulum (ventral view); c, scutum; d, spiracular plate; e, sternal plate; f, hypostome; g, coxae; h, tarsus I; i, tarsus...
- which springs a white hair. There is an inter-spiracular disconnected white line and a broader spiracular line with a black spot from which springs a white...
- N.; Berquist, Rachel M.; Frank, Lawrence R.; Long, John A. (2014). "Spiracular air breathing in polypterid fishes and its implications for aerial respiration...
- and a long spiracular tube on the left hand side of its body. It is suggested that the tadpole is a suspension feeder, using the spiracular tube extending...
- 1111/evo.12323. PMID 24274466. S2CID 8026535. Graham, Jeffrey (2014). "Spiracular air breathing in polypterid fishes and its implications for aerial respiration...
- larva is olive green with a yellow mid-dorsal stripe. There is a white spiracular stripe that runs the length of the body. The body has short hairs and...
- theories include suggestions that wings originated from modified gills, spiracular flaps or as from an appendage of the epicoxa. The epicoxal theory suggests...
- distinct. — Larva pale putty-colour; the lines pale with grey edges, the spiracular whiter. The wingspan is 32–40 mm. The moth flies from May to June depending...
- calycina. They have a velvety black body, with subdorsal, lateral, and spiracular greyish-white tubercles, bearing tufts of thick fulvous hairs of moderate...