ventrad


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ven·trad

 (vĕn′trăd)
adv.
Toward the ventral side or surface.
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21, 31, 41) bilaterally symmetrical, irregularly subquadrate in side profile, dorsal margin broad, ventral margin narrow, dorsal margin inclining to the ventrad.
Spiracle on A1 located ventrad and cephalad, whereas that of A2 is aligned with the remaining spiracles and located at center of segment in lateral view.
Face (Figs 1, 3) with dorsal three quarters generally brown, parallel-sided, with lateral and especially ventral margins yellowish, generally flat, ventral margin of this portion distinctly convex; ventral and ventrolateral portions shiny to subshiny, subshiny portions greyish microtomentose; gena with thin area immediately ventrad of eye whitish to silvery white, microtomentose; postoccipital thin area immediately posterior to posterior margin silvery white, microtomentose.
At the sub-generic level, the speciose subgenus Hippichthys is characterized by the lateral trunk ridge being deflected ventrad at the anal ring while Parasyngnathus has no lateral trunk ridge deflection at the anal ring (Dawson 1985).
12, 25, 31) and a serrated keel at the base of a filiform embolus, curved prolaterally dorsad, running a semicircle behind tegulum, appearing retrolaterally and pointing ventrad in the male palp (Figs.
Both species possess comparable beak placement, the number of umbonal corrugations that curve ventrad around the umbo, disc convexity, and node shape, node prominence, and number of nodes.
Two protibial sensilla had ventrad origins with one in a posteroventral position and the second inserted ventrally between that sensillum and the anteroventral spinular spinulae (comb).
The whorl-section is oval with flanks tapering only slightly ventrad.
18); aedeagus with phallobase in ventral view, each ventral lob with 4 or 5 spines on ventral aspect, 2 large forked processes arising from near middle of lateral margin, inner branch with 3 apical teeth, outer branch with apex acute, curving ventrad apically (Chen & He 2010: Fig.
The density of ribbing, the absence or near-absence of a keel, the ribs often meeting across the venter, the slight ventrad increase in width of the ribs, and the generally rectiradiate ventral ends of the ribs all indicate Sowerby's species.
Aedeagus curved ventrad, bent in "C" shape, shaft slightly compressed, with small retrorse spines, abruptly narrowing at distal fourth; phallotrema subapical on dorsolateral surface; periandrum as a transverse strut obtusely bent caudally against the phallotheca, periandrum and anal segment in close contact; connective long, stout, shortly braced to the periandrum above tectiform structure.