dealbatus

dealbatus

A coating of white cement or stucco (albarium opus), employed extensively by the ancient Romans as an ornamental facing to conceal rough stones or brickwork.
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5 Rabdotus dealbatus PA 15, 17, 18, 22, 26, 7 dealbatus (Say, 1821) * 28, 30.
We found five species of land snails (Anguispira stronglyodes, Mesodon thyroidus, Mesomphix friabilis, Olygyra orbiculata, and Rabdotus dealbatus) around margins of, and in, dried ephemeral pools with leaf litter dominated by Shumard red oaks.
dealbatus, both very large cicadas, and Sphecius grandis Say in the Chiricahua Mountains of Arizona, which hunt T.