- located below the apex.
Origin of subapical
Examples from the Web for subapical
Historical Examples of subapical
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.