(A, A’), Dorsal view of all mdIV terminals from the L1v (A) and L3v (A’), identities as labeled. Views are at the same scale. Dashed lines indicate lateral neuropil boundaries, solid line the midline. (B, B’) ddaC terminals in the L1v (B) and L3v (B’), left and right shown separately for clarity, as in all subsequent panels. ddaC can be distinguished by a midline crossing where the axon initially approaches the midline from the nerve and a projection into the adjacent segment posterior with little to no midline crossing. (C, C’), v’ada terminals in the L1v (C) and L3v (C’) can be distinguished by a lack of midline crossings and a projection into the adjacent segments anterior and, typically, posterior. D, D’, vdaB terminals in the L1v (D) and L3v (D’) can be distinguished by a midline crossing both where the axon initially approaches the midline and a second midline crossing in the adjacent segment anterior. Note that for all mdIV types, there is some variability — extra or missing branches, such as the missing posterior branch of the right L1v v’ada, are true reflections of the data — although certain features remain typical across most cell types.