submarginal


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sub·mar·gin·al

(sŭb-mar'jin-ăl),
Near the margin of any part.

submarginal

(sŭb-mär′jə-nəl)
adj.
1. Near the margin of a body, organ, or part: submarginal tentacles.
2. Of low productivity; infertile.

submarginal

[sub·mär′ji·nəl]
Etymology: L, sub, beneath + margo, margin
inferior to or beneath a margin.

sub·mar·gin·al

(sŭb-mahr'jin-ăl)
In dentistry, area below margin of cavity preparation or restoration of tooth.

submarginal,

adj pertaining to a deficiency of contour at the margin of a restoration or pattern.
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chryses should not have been excluded from Duellman & Campbell's (1992) clade because it has three of the four synapomorphies that support it: medial ramus of pterygoid in contact with otic capsule, a tadpole lacking median papillary hiatus, and a tadpole having submarginal papillae between marginal papillae and tooth rows (Figs.
en la region distal, en linea recta con respecto al utriculo; limbo ovado, fuertemente constricto en la base, de 3-4 x 1-2 cm, formando un angulo de 160-180[grados] con el tubo, usualmente con dos hileras de fimbrias simples a lo largo de la zona marginal y submarginal de la superficie adaxial.
30 of total length, with long setae along entire hind margin and basal half of fore margin; tarsal claw with 9 marginal denticles increasing in size distally until the fifth denticle, then decreasing in size, subdistally with 1 submarginal denticle (Fig.
65x as long as wide, with fine and dense microtrichia; submarginal vein pale, 0.
La mancha amarilla submarginal es subredonda a ligeramente eliptica, a veces luce algo achatada por el margen costal.
Fore wing infuscate, more lightly apically and at base, including basal cell; darker infuscate on first submarginal cell, bellow the stigma, and also on marginal and second submarginal cells.
All three species can easily be differentiated from each other normally by their wing characters; Forewings with marginal vein distinctly longer than wide (Syrphophagus aphidovorus); fore wing with marginal vein not thickened (Asaphes suspensus); marginal vein thickened throughout, short, at most one-third as long as submarginal vein (Pachyneuron aphidis) (Kamijo and Takada, 1973).
Indusio cartaceo, firme, de color castano claro, submarginal o marginal, lacerado, de hasta 0.
Collectively known as Bush Browns, they possess a regular series of submarginal ocelli on the hindwings, and a pair of ocelli on the forewings, of which the lower ocellus is always the largest.
Hemelytra: Transparent, live veins and a short basal stretch of RP on the membrane yellowish brown; distal sector of costal margin posterior to triangular cell (=apicicorial plate) with a contrastingly dark brown submarginal streak.
The Iranian shells show a finely pitted surface of the larval and adult shell, a moderately convex sagittal profile more strongly curved in the umbonal area in the dorsal valve, whereas a single ventral valve shows a submarginal umbo.

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