proximad


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proximad

 [prok´sĭ-mad]
in a proximal direction.

prox·i·mad

(prok'si-mad),
In a direction toward a proximal part, or toward the center; not distad.
[L. proximus, nearest, next, + ad, to]

proximad

/prox·i·mad/ (prok´sĭ-mad) in a proximal direction.

prox·i·mad

(prok'si-mad)
In a direction toward a proximal part, or toward the center; not distad.
[L. proximus, nearest, next, + ad, to]

prox·i·mad

(prok'si-mad)
In a direction toward a proximal part, or toward the center; not distad.
[L. proximus, nearest, next, + ad, to]

proximad

in a proximal direction.
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the supra-anal plate is triangular but basally wider, median sulcus proximad, very broad and moderately deep, furculae represented by two small, rounded projections.
36), eyes less prominent and interocular space wider than in males, antennae yellowish-brown, becoming paler and greenish proximad, caudal segments very dark or blackish, also a couple of darker segments about mid portion.
the supra-anal plate is triangular, widening basally, median sulcus proximad, very broad and moderately deep, furculae represented by two small, rounded projections; whereas in N.
In ET 4396 (L85-6), the trochlear surface projects slightly more proximad and is oriented somewhat obliquely so that it is visible in internal view.
2]-2A, outlined distad and posterior half proximad with single row of pale blue scales; small pale blue macule at base of discal cell; pale blue postbasal band across wing from anal margin to anterior discal cell continued in costal cell by a few pale blue scales; a few pale blue scales just caudud of [CuA.
1]-Rs just proximad of submarginal band with a narrow blue line overlapping both in costal cell; medial band less well-defined than on dorsum consisting of individual and well-separated macules; postbasal band also vague, most prominent cephalad.