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dorsad

 [dor´sad]
toward the back.

dor·sad

(dor'sad),
Toward or in the direction of the back.
[L. dorsum, back, + ad, to]

dorsad

/dor·sad/ (dor´sad) toward the back.

dorsad

(dôr′săd′)
adv.
In the direction of the back; dorsally.

dor·sad

(dōr'sad)
Toward or in the direction of the back.
[L. dorsum, back, + ad, to]

dor·sad

(dōr'sad)
Toward or in the direction of the back.
[L. dorsum, back, + ad, to]

dorsad

toward the back.
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Aedeagal shaft broad at base and strongly narrowed in basal half, apical half gradually narrowed and curved dorsad, gonopore apical (Figs.
Tegulum slightly spiraled perpendicularly to the main palpal axis, towards the tip of the cymbium, with distal laminar, triangular projection, bent at the tip and bearing a small hyaline protuberance and a serrated keel at the base of a filiform embolus, curved prolaterally dorsad, running a semicircle behind tegulum, appearing retrolaterally and pointing ventrad in the male palp (Figs.
3E-G) L-shaped, apical portion broad and flat, apically broadly rounded, whole paramere directed posteriad, apex directed dorsad in rest (Fig.
The structure of the metathoracic efferent area in Carvalhomiris, with the evaporatory area raised and recurved dorsad, is similar to what is found in some of the species of Itacoris, and with a slightly modified condition in species of Paraproba (pers.
Phailotheea: slender and elongate, bent in a right angle, apex gradually tapering to an acute apex or with truncate apex, either straight, or slightly bent dorsad at apex, without apparent ornamentation, ventral opening slit-like.
16), a small acuminated finger shaped sensillum present dorsad to trichobothria A (Fig.
5A, B); genal region dorsad of bucculae with many long, erect, fine setae; head and pronotum with moderately long, sericeous, reclining, golden setae (Figs.
Tergite 9 with a basally forked process, directed dorsad, as wide as long; base of process with a pair of short, apically forked processes, l short seta at apex of forked process; anterior margin with lateral curved processes projecting from tergite 8; sternite 9 reduced and concealed from above.
Aedeagus stout, structure simple; each side with a broad spine at apex of aedeagal shaft, right one curving dorsad, left one relatively straight, directed up-cephalad.
Pygofer in profile much shorter dorsally than ventrally, laterodorsal angles obtusely rounded, not produced caudad, lateral margins excavate at middle, each very strongly produced dorsad with medial pillar-like projection (Fig.