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forewing

(fôr′wĭng′)
n.
Either of a pair of anterior wings of a four-winged insect.
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Forewing is yellow ochraceous with black wavy bands on the upper margin, double wavy line run along the margin of forewing and hindwing.
Sex Female Male Forewing Left 6 4 Right 4 4 Hindwing Left 4 4 Right 4 4 Table 4: Top three best fit models for the left and right Fore- and Hind wings of male and female J.
forewing length of right side; FWLL = forewing length of left side; HWLR= hindwing length of right side; HWLL=
Some minor differences like hyaline forewing and a distinct frontogenal sulcus exist between Narendran description and our specimen but the specimen can be correctly keyed out as H.
21), as the latter pair shares having supernumerary venation in the male forewing, and Rogojiella, as well as Gojaoides, have caeciliusid wing venation.
We discuss the fragmentation of antennal sclerites, the possible function of the pronotal process and profemoral spine, the possible link between mesoscutellar spine presence and forewing shape, forewing venation, and the possible involvement of forewings and basiabdominal laterotergites in the spread of repellent secretion, and some aspects of potential antipredatory mechanisms.
Forewing with small setae along margin and veins, pterostigma wider posteriorly, areola postica wide, almost triangular; Rs-M veins joined by a crossvein (Fig.
According to HALL (2005), a small cluster of genera possessing five forewing radial veins was recognized first as Eurybiini by REUTER (1896: 153-154) with Eurybia Illiger, 1850, as type genus.
The music they produce occurs when the male quickly rubs a file-shaped edge of one forewing against the other forewing's scraper, a process called stridulation.
We found no moth with a forewing length [less than] 1.