- Below an apex.
- 1894, Joel Asaph Allen, Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, page 108:
- The ears are brownish, more or less rusty, the extreme edge whitish, particularly on the posterior border, the apical third externally with a submargin of black, expanding towards the tip into a broad blackish subapical spot.
- (phonetics) Pronounced with the underside of the tongue.
subapical m or f (masculine and feminine plural subapicales)