upcurved


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Adj.1.upcurved - curving upwardupcurved - curving upward      
curved, curving - having or marked by a curve or smoothly rounded bend; "the curved tusks of a walrus"; "his curved lips suggested a smile but his eyes were hard"
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Anadolua has a straight ovipositor, Scotodrymadusa an upcurved ovipositor; Paradrymadusa has a black stripe between the eyes and Phytodrymadusa is typically green/yellow and has flattened apical arms of its titillators (see Table 1 in Demirsoy et al.
Ectophallic layer: cingular apodemes straight, slim, flattened dorsoventrally, slightly incurved and upcurved at their tips (Fig.
The big blue Banque Populaire VIII from designers' VPLP & Verdier has large upcurved foils that will vastly reduce the hull's wetted area, and who knows what kind of new angles of sail this monster may achieve.
Two proepimeral setae, lower proepimeral setae slightly upcurved. Three strongly developed katepisternal setae of approximately the same length, forming an equilateral triangle (1:1:1) with three weak setulae inside the triangle.
She swings around, pirouettes, grabs her beer from the bar, chugs it, puts it back, all without lifting the long soft touch of her upcurved fingers from Tim's shoulder.
Apical valves of penis narrow, shorter than valves of cingulum, narrowing at apex; valves of cingulum slightly upcurved, with subacute apex; basal valves of penis robust, slenderly expended at end; dorsal ridge of valves smooth at basal end; gonopore process elongate, narrowing towards truncate apex.
Cerci robust, with the distal portion upcurved, generally spatulated (Fig.
revolute, apex broadly rounded with very short, upcurved mucro.
Gnathos not extending as far to posterior as apex of uncus; distal arras fused and angled obliquely downward with apical region at least lightly upcurved below.
Two of these altars had four horns, the third had slightly upcurved corners.