sicula

sicula

[′sik·yə·lə]
(invertebrate zoology)
The cone-shaped chitinous skeleton of the first zooid of a graptolite colony.
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These two latter families are represented at the level of the parcels of study by four species each, it's about Vicia sicula, Lathyrus ochrus, Melilotus officinalis and Trifolium spp.
Analysis of escape behavior and ectoparasite load in Podarcis sicula (Lacertidae) populations in different agricultural habitats.
There are large colonies of earlier Silurian retiolitids with no appendix, containing about 80 pairs of thecae with small siculae, whereas some of the youngest retiolitids possess a finite tubarium with a large sicula and as few as three thecae (Kozlowska-Dawidziuk 2004, fig.
1988), and Ungiminorine was identified from Ungernia minor, Ungemia severtzovii, Pancratium maritimum, and Stembergia sicula (Normatov et al.
In particular, the Case Concerning Elettronica Sicula S.
117 Central Sicula - Modernization and arrangement of the section between km 19 +000 and km 23 +200.