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apical

[′ap·i·kəl]
(botany)
Relating to the apex or tip.
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Cladonata apicalis: A) Hembra sobre Piper hispidum; B) Adultos apareandose sobre P.
(a) "Necrotaulius apicalis" Tillyard, 1933 (NHMUK I.3081); (b) "N.
5, 7, 75 R(2, 3, 4) Fischer [von Waldeheim] Ozotocerus 5 R(3) bezoarticus Linnaeus Pecari tajacu 5, 7, 57, R(1, 2, 4) Linnaeus 64, 65, 75 RODENTIA Bowdich Akodon cursor (Winge) 17, 49, 53 VS Calassomys apicalis 5 R(10) Pardinas, Lessa, Teta, Salazar-Bravo and Camara Calomys mattevii 37, 44 VS (Lund) C.
In 2010, 92 Osmia lignaria and 19 Megachile apicalis bees were collected from 17 and three nest posts respectively, with all collections for both species coming from oak-dominated habitats (Fig.
thoracica, Tetragonula geissleri, Lepidotrigona terminata, Tetragonilla fuscibasis, Tetragonilla atripes, Heterotrigona erythogastra, Lepidotrigona nitidiventris, Tetragonilla irridipenis, Tetragonilla collina, Tetragonilla fusco-balteata Tetrigona apicalis, Homotrigona alicae, Tetragonula laeviceps, Tetragonula pallidistigma, Tetragonula melina, and Tetragonula reepeni.
Argia apicalis is an ecologically vagile species inhabiting both pond and stream environments.
Diopsis apicalis: Dalman 1817: 216 (Type locality: Sierra Leone); Lindner 1962: 7 (in part); Steyskal 1972: 7 (in part); Feijen 1987: 410.
flavida Mammals Skin Snow & Picard, 1954 Culex apicalis Frogs, Turtles, Skin Brown & Snakes Pearson, 1938 C.
(9) Perez y Flores ilustran lo anterior con la siguiente comparacion teniendo en cuenta el segmento apical del pulmon derecho: (10) Apical (segun Jackson); [B.sup.1] - apical bronchus (segun Boyden); [B.sup.1]: apicalis (segun Ikeda); B1 Apical (segun la nomenclatura bronquial estandar).
potatorum differt inflorescentia racemosa congesta, umbellis subsessilibus inter se proximissimis, paucifloris, floribus 1/3 ad 1/6 partis apicalis occupantibus; bracteis quam ramis longioribus; rosulis apertis laxis, foliis minus numerosis; margine mamillis magnis instructo, dentibus in mamillarum apicibus decurrentibus, floribus brevitubulatis, longitudine tubi quoad rationes longitudinis tepalorum 1:1.5-2.5; ab A.
Sexual selection and nuptial feeding behaviour in Bitttacus apicalis (Insecta: Mecoptera).