subdorsal


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sub·dor·sal

(sŭb-dōr'săl),
Below the dorsal region.

subdorsal

(sŭb-dor′săl) [″ + dorsum, back]
Below the dorsal area.
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Posicion de las setas del torax y abdomen de la larva (D: Dorsal, SD: Subdorsal, L: Lateral, SV: Subventral.
3D); round subdorsal scales, with a slightly large focal area, and 19-25 radial grooves (Fig.
The subdorsal scales are small and round, with a slightly large and excentric (closer to the base) focal area, 19-25 radial grooves, and 6-11 supplementary ones (Fig.
nu, las microespinas son mas abundantes, de tamano variable, distribuidas de manera extensiva sobre banda superior (entre las lineas dorsales), banda supraespiracular y toda la region ventral; los cuatro pares de lineas blancas del patron de diseno (dorsal, addorsal, subdorsal y lateral) se vuelven mas conspicuos y definidos; la cabeza usualmente lleva una banda negra sobre las genas, que cuando esta presente, incluye los stemmata 5 y 6.
16 (198-216) long, with four pairs of subventral and two pairs of subdorsal papillae; one umpaired papilla on anterior lip of cloaca, and three pairs of subventral papillae variable in position.
The present analysis also found differences in the mean numbers of dorsal fin rays, trunk rings and tail rings, as well as trunk and tail subdorsal rings, although the ranges of these counts always overlapped, in some cases greatly, between the two nominal taxa.
Six pairs of subdorsal tubercle-setae --2 cephalic pairs, 1 prothoracic pair, 3 pairs on abdominal segment I and IV & VII, position varies on cadual area.
Similarly, the first abdominal setae measured 152-296 [micro]m long, the length of first abdominal setae was slightly shorter than cephalic setae, sometimes the cephalic setae was observed along the subdorsal setae.
Body green to light green; bifurcated suranal plate conically elongated and protruding at approximately 55 degrees from body line (75 degrees in preserved larva); setae on body segments same as in first instar; a pair of pale white subdorsal and subventral lines longitudinally from T1 to A10.
Late instars are sometimes round in cross section and have small, equally sized dorsal and subdorsal scoli (e.