Subbasal


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Sub`ba´sal


a.1.(Zool.) Near the base.
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Forewing ground color white; costal margin smooth, brown; barely falcate at apex; subbasal fascia gray and weakly marked; antemedial fascia light color and broad; medial fascia dark color and rather broad; postmedial fascia dark color, broad and slight excurved in middle; subterminal fascia slender, grayish brown; cilia short, grayish white.
5B): One pair of apical setae, one pair of strongly developed subbasal setae, 2/3 the length of apical setae.
The positivity was located right above the subbasal blister adjacent to nonspecifically stained exudate, and the intercellular stain was strong at the basal and lateral cellular borders, with gradual attenuation towards the apex.
1): Mostly brown, first antennal segment basally white with around 10 white annulations, second segment basally white with one narrow subbasal white annulations, third and fourth segments uniformly brown.
Male pedipalp with slender and hirsute cymbium without sensory setae; paracymbium elongate, in subbasal position and frequently with secondary sclerotizations or lobes (Figs.
Although at other time points DDE did not raise ERK activation levels above basal, the addition of inhibitors nevertheless did lower activity to subbasal levels (all at 3 min; AG 14, PP2, and Ly at 15 min).
8 mm (n = 7) slightly dilated distally, white, suffused with pale brownish gray on basal area and anterior 4/5 of costal area, speckled with dark brown; sparse dark brown strigulae near to costa on basal 1/3 ; subbasal, antemedial and postmedian lines brownish gray, with golden luster, dark brown on dorsum; subbasal line rhomboid; postmedian line slender, sinuous on costal area; fringe dark brown with golden luster.
Flagellum of antenna filiform, with 25-27 segments (26 segments in holotype); subbasal and mid flagellomeres about 1.
The present new species can be separated from it by the larger size, denser dorsal spots, more widely darkened apical part of the antennal segment II, subbasal thumb-like protuberance of the left paramere, and denser endosomal spinules around the secondary gonopore.
52); the ventral setae usually comprise 5 rows: 1 basal row of 3-5 setae, 1 subbasal row of 2-4 setae, and 3 posterior rows of 1 or 2 setae; dorsal and lateral surfaces finely granular or smooth; in males the caudal glands occupy 15-20% of the dorsal surface (Fig.