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ap·i·cal

(ap'i-kăl), [TA]
1. Relating to the apex or tip of a pyramidal or pointed structure.
2. Situated nearer to the apex of a structure in relation to a specific reference point; opposite of basal.
Synonym(s): apicalis [TA]

apicalis

/ap·i·ca·lis/ (ap″ĭ-ka´lis) [L.] apical.

ap·i·cal

(ap'i-kăl) [TA]
Relating to the apex or tip of a root or tooth.
Synonym(s): apicalis [TA] .
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Described a new recorded family Diopsidae of (Order Diptera) with its species Diopsis apicalis in Egypt.
Species RBP PBP Ammophila nigricans Dahlbom 1008 439 Ammophila urnaria Dahlbom 42 11 Chalybion californicum (de Saussure) 20 7 Eremnophila aureonotata (Cameron) 154 42 Isodontia apicalis (F.
Clavaspidiotus apicalis (Diaspididae) was described from Java, where it is probably native.
Becker, 1909 Melanostoma subbituberculatum + + Wakkie (2011) Kassebeer, 2000 Mesembrius capensis + + (Macquart, 1842) Mesembrius minor + + (Bezzi, 1915) Mesembrius regulus + + Dirickx (1998) (Hull, 1937) Mesembrius strigilatus + + (Bezzi, 1912) Microdon apis Speiser, 1913 + + Dirickx (1998) Microdon erythros Bezzi, 1908 + + Dirickx (1998) Microdon liberiensis + + Dirickx (1998) Curran, 1929 Ornidia obesa + + (Fabricius, 1775) Paragus apicalis + + Kassebeer (1998) Kassebeer, 1998 Paragus borbonicus + + + Dirickx (1998) Macquart, 1842 Paragus boyesi cf.
Similarly, such variability has been observed in karyotypes of the Pachycondyla apicalis species complex, which exhibit a very large variability, with 2n = 36, 40, 68 (Mariano 2004; Delabie et al.
Curran (1934)--Described Ancylorrhynchus apicalis from 'Southern Rhodesia' (Zimbabwe).