[suhb-ap-i-kuh l, -ey-pi-]
- located below the apex.
Origin of subapical
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The submarginal and subapical spots are silvered, especially the latter.
Median tentacle surpassing palpi in length; subapical swelling pronounced, much more so than that of the laterals.
The subapical patch is brown, adorned by two or three well-silvered spots.
The subapical patch is dark brown, with a small silvered spot; the five submarginal spots are small and obscurely silvered.
The subapical spots and the upper spots of the marginal series on this wing are well silvered.
- Located below the apex of a part.
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