Costal Margin

The costal margin, sometimes referred to as the costal arch, is the medial margin formed by the false ribs and one true rib—specifically, from the seventh rib to the tenth rib.

Costal margin: The lower edge of the chest (thorax) formed by the bottom edge of the rib cage.

Other articles related to "costal margin, margin":

Doleschallia Bisaltide - Description
... broader and extends from the middle of the costal margin uninterruptedly to interspace 4, though it is preapically constricted. 3 and curving down to tornus a black spot near apex of cell coalescing with the inner margin of 1he black colour a short, very oblique, broad golden-yellow band, broader in ... Hind wing uniform the costal margin broadly as noted above, a subterminal narrow band and narrower terminal line posteriorly, dusky black a postdiscal black spot ...
Miletographa Drumila - Description
... Hind wing costal margin above the subcostal vein and in a line with it up to the termen similarly very dark blackish-brown, the rest of the brown colour uniform without any white ... Underside, fore wing dull pale brown, costal margin and disc mottled with small catenulated spots of dark brown cell with three short transverse bars of ... a similar short band is placed at right angles to the dorsal margin and curving slightly upwards terminates at vein 3 ...
Autumnleaf - Description
... wing, which is broader and extends from the middle of the costal margin uninterruptedly to interspace 4, though it is preapically constricted ... spot near apex of cell coalescing with the inner margin of 1he black colour a short, very oblique, broad golden-yellow band, broader in the female than in the male, from middle of costal margin to ... Hind wing uniform the costal margin broadly as noted above, a subterminal narrow band and narrower terminal line posteriorly, dusky black a postdiscal black spot in interspaces 2 and 5 ...

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