abapical


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ab·ap·i·cal

 (ăb-ăp′ĭ-kəl, -ā′pĭ-)
adj.
Being opposite to or directed away from the apex.

abapical

(æbˈeɪpɪkəl)
adj
(Biology) biology away from or opposite the apex
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Surface of abapical 3-4 whorls covered by much finer secondary sculpture of 3-6 thin, irregularly disposed elevated lines per major ridge and an irregular incremental sculpture.
Translation (T) affected the abapical migration of the aperture along the columella.
First teleoconch whorl sculptured by somewhat sinuous axial pliculae; 3 spiral cords arise during second whorl and a fourth, beneath the adapical suture, during whorl three; sculpture of subsequent whorls comprising 4 (rarely five) spiral cords (not counting that level with abapical suture), these crossed by somewhat irregular, prosocline axial pliculae (30-40 on last adult whorl); cords with scale-like nodules where crossed by pliculae, those on uppermost (subsutural) cord frequently larger; intervals between cords slightly wider than cords themselves; cord intervals on last adult whorl occasionally with a weak intermediary cord.