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apical

[′ap·i·kəl]
(botany)
Relating to the apex or tip.
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however, the basiphallus is less markedly narrowed medially and less expanded in the apical third, and the raised and spinose right sclerotised area of the distiphallus is conspicuously developed, with a series of regular to irregular spines.
59, bp) broad basally and in region of first bend, then narrowed to apex, markedly narrowed in apical third (viewed dorsally); apical section (Figs 59, 62, bp) very broad basally, with evenly-rounded lateral margins, sclerotised area extensive, abruptly narrowed towards apex, basal section with large membranous window, with one very strong, thick, straight, ventrally-directed lateral spine (indicated with arrow on Fig.
Median lobe of aedeagus: Median portion subparallel, tapering to apex, simply curved, apex ending in a long simply rounded tip, orifice large on central-left side of apical third, no well defined inner sclerites visible, inner sac partly with microserrulation and folds in relaxed position (Fig.
Genital styles short, in ventral view fused at base with a rounded median process, afterwards the styles widely divergent and then strongly turned mesad in apical third, in lateral view the styles have a finger-like process arising from their dorsal margin in basal third (Figs.
Genitalia with basal piece longer than parameres; parameres widened at apical third, jointed on inner margin at about basal 3/5; in lateral view, parameres thickened and strongly, apically sinuate (Figs.
Legs predominantly yellow, but all coxae black and apical third of hind femora and tibia and also last 3-4 tarsal segments black.