midtarsal

(redirected from mesotarsal)

mid·tar·sal

(mid-tar'săl),
Relating to the middle of the tarsus.
Synonym(s): mediotarsal, mesotarsal

mid·tar·sal

(mid-tahr'săl)
Relating to the middle of the tarsus.

midtarsal

(mĭd-tăr′săl)
Between the two rows of bones that make up the tarsus of the foot.
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Mesotarsus two-segmented; apical tarsomere elongated; mesotarsal claws of unequal size.
Coxae with prominent anterior suture, procoxa glabrous on anteroventral surface, meso- and metalegs each with robust anteroventral sensillum; trochanters arcuate ventrally, proximal region (1TR) with dorsal sensillum, distal region (2TR) with three anterior, two ventral, and two posterior sensilla; femora with small spinulae between distal anteroventral sensilla, profemeral dorsal sensilla on proximal 2/3 of length; tibiae and tarsi with ventral spinulae (combs) and lacking natatory sensilla; anterior pro- and mesotarsal claws longer than posterior, metatarsal claws subequal.