basad


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ba·sad

(bā'sad),
In a direction toward the base of any object or structure.

basad

/ba·sad/ (ba´sad) toward a base or basal aspect.

ba·sad

(bā'sad)
In a direction toward the base of any object or structure.

basad

(bā′săd) [Gr. basis, base, + L. ad, toward]
Toward the base.
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Subgenital plate broad at base, gradually narrowing to apex, distal 1/4 slightly curved dorsad, A-group setae (4-5) rigid, B-group setae (1113) small, roughly uniseriate and scattered along dorsal margin in apical 1/2-3/5, C-group setae (911) arising near base of plate, reaching apex, Dgroup setae starting basad of C-group macrosetae in 2 irregular rows (Figs.
Hind wing with bifurcation point of CuA basad of coalescence of CuA with MP", cell cua' fairly big (Fig.
13) not quite bilaterally symmetrical, lateral processes reduced, with a strong spine-like process at mid line, directed basad, ventral lobe cleft at apex medially, 2 ventral lobes rounded at apex, left side with 3 subapical spines, right side with 2 subapical spines, lateral margins with the dorsal aspect with dentate margins near the base; in dorsal view (Fig.
29), ventral lobe cleft at apex medially, with a strong spine-like process at mid line, directed basad, lateral margins dentate, left lobe at apex dividing into 4 small processes, right lobe at apex diving into 5 small processes; in dorsal view (Fig.
0 times as long as maximum breadth, without granulae, Sc+R forking about medially, Cul forking about at 2/5 basal, with about 15 apical cells and 6 subapical cells, claval veins uniting basad of middle of clavus.
2 times longer than wide; surface of Forewings with setae, basal part less, apical part more; veins with distinct tubercles, C vein with 34 tubercles, claval apically vein with tubercles; 2 indistinct subapical lines of cross veins; fork Sc+RP distad of fork CuA1+CuA2; r-m crossvein distad of fork MA+MP; RP apically bifid, MA apically bifid, MP apically bifid; fork PCu+A1 slightly basad of centre of clavus; Sc+R and M fused at superior-outside angle of basal cell; fork MA1+MA2 distad of fork MP1+MP2.
33X SH; vein r arising slightly basad, from, or slightly distad middle of stigma; vein 2RS (n = 21) often transitioning from tubular or nebulous anteriorly to nebulous or spectral posteriorly (57.
Forewing pointed apically, termen nearly straight, anal margin slightly concave just basad of middle; black; 3 aligned opaque white macules angled from mid-costa toward just basad of tornus, broadest macule in discal cell, rectangular, extending distad just beyond origin of CuA,; narrower macule in [CuA.
Forewing broader than on male, pointed apically but more rounded than on male, termen slightly curved, anal margin nearly straight, black; 3 aligned translucent macules lightly scaled with white angled from mid-costa toward just basad of tornus, broadest macule in discal cell, trapezoidal (narrowest cephalad) extending distad just beyond origin of [CuA.
10) tubular, slender, constricted subapically, apes complex, with a long and twisted process arising from left dorsal aspect, curved basad then left, another short and narrow process arising from base of long one, directed opposite.