Latitudo alarum est spatium inter partes extremas alarum sinistrae dextraeque avis, insecti, aëroplani, aliusve rei alas habentis.

Latitudo alarum aeroplani a puncto A ad punctum B est.

Latitudines alarum superlativae recensere

Latitudo maxima recensere

Latitudo minima recensere

Notae recensere

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  10. Smallest Insect Filmed in Flight. . ScienceDaily .