fore wing

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Noun1.fore wing - either of the anterior pair of wings on an insect that has four wings
wing - a movable organ for flying (one of a pair)
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He says, "It is remarkable for having a sort of drum at the base of the fore wings, between the costal nervure and the subcostal.
The findings revealed that the significant differences were observed between the populations for all characters except abdomen length, fore wing width and length of trochanter and tibia.
1); mandible with 3 similarly sized teeth; pronope medium-sized to obsolescent; propleuron glabrous or setose; notauli incomplete; metanotum with a distinct acute median spine or triangular protuberance; vein 1-SR of fore wing 3 to 7 times as long as its minimum width (Fig.
The results shows (Table 4) that the left fore wing have different ranks of best fit model while on the right showed the same ranks.
irrigatus, mention that the adults can be recognized by the frons without setae; antenna short, same length in both sexes, about 30 flagellomeres; antennal fossae separated by about width of pedicel; fore femur without clavate setae; ocular rim without setae; fore femoral sense hair as long as fore femur and mid femoral sense hair; mesonotum without blade-like setae; tibial spurs present; pretarsal claws large, longer than one-half length of distal tarsomere; pilula axillaris large; fore wing vein 2A runs in a fairly even curve toward 3A; posterior area of hind wing narrower than presectoral area, CuA bends to hind margin at or before origin of medial fork; anterior banksian line weakly developed; fore wing without dark brown stripe in mediocubital area.
Fore wing tawny with black boarder, apical half of the wing black with white bands; hind wing tawny, black boarder with two irregular series of white spots, inmale under side black and white spot; veins marked with black bands; apophysis posterior, thorn - like; ductus bursae long; corpus bursae balloon like with rod like cornuti (Fig.
The Parides Childrenae, also known as Green-celled Cattleheart, has a beautiful iridescent green patch on its fore wing.
The butterfly, which has a beautiful iridescent green patch on its fore wing, is normally found in South America.
9) with flagellar pubescence about half as long as width of segments; fore wing with sparse microtrichia, marginal cilia 0.
Comments: Differences from the original descriptions provided by Rambur (1842) are listed as follows: First appear the differences found in the studied specimens and then Rambur's original description written within brackets; In the fore wing, there are six cells in the subtriangle in one wing but not both (from three to five cells), the supratriangle is crossed by one or two veins (supratriangle crossed only one vein), there are four to seven cubital cross veins (three to seven cubital veins), there are one or two rows of cells in the anal field (one row of cells in the anal field).