Synonyms for subtriangular or Related words with subtriangular

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Examples of "subtriangular"
The species name refers to the subtriangular patch on the forewing.
The three semicircular canals of the inner ear of "Allosaurus fragilis", when viewed from the side, had a subtriangular outline. This subtriangular inner ear configuration is present in "Carcharodontosaurus", lizards, turtles, but not in birds. The pointed apex "at the junction of the anterior and posterior semicircular canals" is caused by the near linearity of the canals and closely resembles the condition of modern crocodiles. The subtriangular configuration may be the basal condition of archosauromorphs.
"Macrodomoceras" resembles "Danaoceras" in its subtriangular cross section, but its sutures have bluntly pointed ventral saddles.
The operculum is concentric, subtriangular, with the inner margin reflected and forming an elevated marginal fold.
The three semicircular canals of the inner ear of "Carcharodontosaurus saharicus", when viewed from the side, had a subtriangular outline. This subtriangular inner ear configuration is present in "Allosaurus", lizards, turtles, but not in birds. The semi-"circular" canals themselves were actually very linear, which explains the pointed silhouette. In life, the floccular lobe of the brain would have projected into the area surrounded by the semicircular canals, just like in other non-avian theropods, birds, and pterosaurs.
The three semicircular canals of the inner ear of "Carcharodontosaurus saharicus", when viewed from the side, had a subtriangular outline. This subtriangular inner ear configuration is present in "Allosaurus", lizards, turtles, but not in birds. The semi-"circular" canals themselves were actually very linear, which explains the pointed silhouette. In life, the floccular lobe of the brain would have projected into the area surrounded by the semicircular canals, just like in other non-avian theropods, birds, and pterosaurs.
with large and small subtriangular white spots, which by their varied disposition sometimes form a white central band, or dark bands above and below the center, the latter occasionally bearing articulated revolving lines.
The wingspan is about 24 mm. The wings are black, the forewings with a small subtriangular hyaline spot in the cell and an elongate wedge-shaped bar beyond the cell. There is an oblique antemedial hyaline band on the hindwings.
The size of the shell varies between 70 mm and 114 mm. The smooth shell is orange-brown, with large subtriangular white patches, mostly arranged so as to indicate three broad bands.
Head is broad. Scales under fourth toe 9-10. Long claws. Mental subtriangular. MIdventrals 30-32. Ventral scales imbricate to subimbricate. A single continuous series of 5 pores in pre-anal depression.
The shell of "Macrodomoceras" is a compressed, endogastric cyrtocone, i.e section higher than wide and curved with the ventral side concave, with a subtriangular cross section. The siphuncle is ventral, marginal, with continuous actinosiphonate lamellae.
The wingspan of this species is 11 mm. Head, palpi, antennae, thorax and basic colour of the forewings is pure white, pattern three oblong or subtriangular spots from costa to middle of the wing in light golden-brown colour.
Principle diagnostic features are: "subtriangular head with temporal and occipital regions more prominent than in other species of the genus; dorsal humeral scales smooth and triangular; color pattern ornamented with red and black spots."
Nautiloceras may have been cyrtconic to loosely gyroconic, coiled without whorls being in contact with one another. Gyroconic forms may have had a subtriangular cross section with a broad concave venter, occupying the outer rim.
Among females of the species, the most similar member of the genus is "Parcoblatta uhleriana"; females of both species have wings, but significantly reduced tegmina. Distinguishing characteristics are that female "P. desertae" are generally pale-colored, have elongate subtriangular tegmina, and the edges of their supra-anal plates form a broad, weak triangular shape at the base of their cerci, while female "P. uhleriana" are rust-colored to very dark, have roundly subtriangular tegmina, and the edges of their supra-anal plates converge in a weakly concave fashion.
"Heminautilus" has a discoidal compressed involute shell with flanks converging on a narrow flattened outer margin, the venter. Whorls are higher than wide. The suture is sinuous with a ventral lobe, subtriangular saddles on the ventral shoulders, broad lateral lobes, and narrow rounded saddles on the umbilical shoulders. The siphuncle is subcentral ( 1964).
The wingspan is about 20 mm. The forewings are dark fuscous, purplish-tinged and the stigmata are small, faintly darker, with the plical beneath the first discal, edged posteriorly by a minute grey-whitish dot. There are ochreous-yellowish subtriangular dots on the costa at two-fifths and four-fifths, and on the dorsum near the tornus. The hindwings are grey.
The wingspan is 13-14 mm. The forewings are dark fuscous with a small white spot on the base of the dorsum. There is a moderately broad straight white transverse median fascia and a moderate subtriangular white spot on the costa at four-fifths. The hindwings are rather dark grey.
The wingspan is 8–9 mm. The forewings have a black basal patch and two black subtriangular spots fused near the costal margin. The posterior half of the forewings is white. The hindwings are light grey. Adults are on wing from the end of June to August.
Halloceras is a gyroconic rotoceratid from the Lower Devonian of North America, with a subtriangular whorl section, narrow dorsum (on the inner side), divergent flanks, and broad, rounded venter (on the outer side), frills at various growth points, suture with shallow ventral and lateral lobes, and a small siphuncle near the venter.