subtriangular

subtriangular

(ˌsʌbtraɪˈæŋɡjʊlə)
adj
(Mathematics) almost triangular;not quite triangular
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Su seccion es subtriangular. El modulo de los dientes respecto del fuste es destacado y en cuanto a su separacion son separados.
Genital operculum: relatively small, subtriangular, with complete median longitudinal membranous connection.
Hilo grisaceo, basal, de contorno subcircular, prolongado en una quilla longitudinal que ocupa casi 1/2 de la cara ventral, y subtriangular en la cara dorsal.
-- Specimens (Fig 2A-F) are characterized by: small in side view, truncated anteriorly; left valve larger than right, overlap most pronounced ventral-posterior and anterior; length about 1.9 times height; dorsal margin straight, about two thirds total length; ventral margin straight to slightly convex; posterior margin evenly rounded; anterior margin with rounded but rather acute point asymmetric toward the ventral margin; inflated in dorsal view, with width nearly equal to height and subtriangular; dorsal hinge line straight, with posterior rounded and anterior rounded point.
2f, g), excepto por el ultimo esternito que no esta emarginado y el pigidio de forma subtriangular y la pubescencia ligeramente diferente (Fig.
In Deltapodus, the manus prints are broadly crescent-shaped with an occasional development of the pollex impression (Whyte and Romano, 2001), and subtriangular in shape with the apex forming the posterior heel impression in Stegopodus (Lockley and Hunt, 1998).
Hypandrium distinctly longer than wide, with subtriangular apical process.
Mesonoto negro con una mancha amarilla palida posterocentral; de esta mancha central se desprenden dos manchas laterales de forma subtriangular. Metanoto con cuatro manchas subtriangulares con pelos dorados (amarillos) (Figura 1a).
Tergum X, in dorsal view, subtriangular, tapered from base, slightly expanded at midlength, rounded at apex (Fig.