Definition of Submedial. Meaning of Submedial. Synonyms of Submedial

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Definition of Submedial

Submedial
Submedial Sub*me"di*al, a. Lying under the middle.

Meaning of Submedial from wikipedia

- colored. Blackish marks found on costal area in base of submedial, medial and submedial lines. Submedial and subterminal lines marked as thin lines, sometimes...
- a slight blackish terminal line to near the tornus and a point at the submedial fold. "global Pyraloidea database". Globiz.pyraloidea.org. Retrieved...
- stricto 1.0 – 1.6 M Metacentric Medial region 1.7 m Metacentric Submedial 3.0 sm Submetacentric Subterminal 3.1 – 6.9 st Subtelocentric Terminal...
- the head, and the chrysalids have shiny spots. The forewings have the submedial vein (vein 1) unbranched and in one subfamily forked near the base; the...
- hindwings have a prominent postmedial line, as well as a margin with a submedial notch. Adults are probably on wing year round. The species is named...
- colour of forewings is pale brownish cream with a ferruginous shade submedially. The costa and posterior half of the wing are suffused brownish. The...
- circle. The hindwings have a prominent postmedial line and a margin with a submedial notch. Adults are probably on wing year round. The larvae feed on Witheringia...
- ground colour of the forewings is brownish, in the distal third and submedially tinged with ferruginous. There are sp**** brown dots all over the wing...
- subapically. There is also light ochreous to brown at the termen, as a spot submedially, and below the costa as a broken line, and in the fold. The hindwings...
- sides of the wings show night blue iridescent patches, extending from submedial to postmedial areas, with well defined borders separating the non-iridescent...
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