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apical

[′ap·i·kəl]
(botany)
Relating to the apex or tip.
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Clavaspidiotus apicalis could become a potentially invasive pest of citrus.
Problemas apontados por estudos morfologicos, ecologicos e citogeneticos no genero Pachycondyla na regido Neotropical: o caso do complexo apicalis, pp.
Those listed as Ethiopian (Afrotropical) were: apicalis, braunsi, cruciger, crux, fortipes, fulvicollis, funebris, humeralis, hyaeiformis [sic = hylaeiformis], insignis, maculatus, magnificus, munroi, nomada, nynkinensis [sic = nyukinus], pretoriensis, quadrimaculatus, reynaudii, splendens, susurrus, tricolor, tricolor reynaudii, unifasciatus, variegatus, zonalis.
A12, A16, B6, B7, C1, C2, C4, D1, D4 Argia apicalis (Say): A4 Argia fumipennis (Burmeister): A4, A8, B5, C2, C8, D7 Argia moesta (Hagen): A3, A5, A6, A7, A17, B5, B6, B7, C8, D1, D2, D6, D8 Argia sedula (Hagen): C1, C2 Argia tibialis (Rambur): A2, A3, A4, A8, A12, A13, A16, B3, B5, B6, C1, C6, C10, D9, D10, D11 Enallagma spp.
The following are therefore all new combinations: Acnephalum apicalis (Matsumura, 1916), Acnephalum apiformis (Macquart, 1849), Acnephalum denudatus (Seguy, 1949), Acnephalum fasciculatus (Loew, 1847), Acnephalum hirsutus (Becker, 1913), Acnephalum laniger (Dufour, 1833), Acnephalum leucostomus (Engel, 1939), Acnephalum melanostomus (Loew, 1874), Acnephalum mixtus (Loew, 1847), Acnephalum nikkoensis (Matsumura, 1916), Acnephalum pallidipennis (Brulle, 1936).
This is the case of Trioza apicalis Foerster, 1848, and Cacopsyllapicta (Foerster, 1848) which develop on Daucus (Apiaceae) and Malus (Rosaceae), respectively.