Origin of neuration
Examples from the Web for neuration
The neuration of the wing is delineated in the figure herewith given, and needs no further description.
Wings two, with winglets attached to them: neuration various.
Their neuration is very much like that of the butterflies belonging to the genus Pyrameis, to which they are closely allied.
Wings four, covered partially or generally with minute scales: neuration branching, often with a central areolet.
The neuration is alike in both sexes, the costal and the median veins greatly thickened toward the base.