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flabellum

[flə′bel·əm]
(invertebrate zoology)
Any structure resembling a fan, as the epipodite of certain crustacean limbs.
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2 2 -- * Erythropodium caribaeorum 1 1 -- * Pterogorgia anceps 1 1 -- * Pterogorgia citrina 1 1 -- * Gorgonia flabellum 1 1 -- * Gorgonia mariae 3 1 -- * Low abundant octocoral species and colonies observed with snails outside of band-transects were not considered in downstream analyses.
El tropo del flabellum es util para explorar los significados codificados en la dimension fenomenologica de la apreciacion de los programas escultoricos de las dos portadas del transepto.
might have the ability to scavenge resources (by means of protoplasmic streaming) from an older epiphytized or wounded flabellum and rapidly initiate new fronds emanating from the same rhizoidal mass.
The ricaniid planthopper genus Ricanoides was established by Zia (1935) with Ricania flabellum Noulhier, 1896 from China as its type species.
1996, 1997) used the Amorphognathus variabilis--Microzarkodina flabellum Zone for correlation, the Baltoscandian conodont zonation has been further refined.
calyculata Bayer 1961, Eunicea tourneforti Milne Edwards & Haime 1857, Eunicea flexuosa (Lamouroux 1821), Eunicea mammosa Lamouroux 1816, Plexaurella dichotoma (Esper 1791), Gorgonia ventalina Linnaeus 1758, Gorgonia flabellum Linnaeus 1758, Pterogorgia anceps (Pallas 1766), Pterogorgia citrina (Esper 1792) y Pterogorgia guadalupensis Duchassaing & Michelin 1846.
Peripheral retinal neovascularisation often assumes a frond-like configuration, resembling the marine invertebrate Gorgonia flabellum (sea fan), but intra-retinal microvascular abnormalities (IRMA) can also be found at sites of active angiogenesis.
vaughani Desmophyllum dianthus Paracyathus humilis Dendrophylliidae Dendrophyllia gracilis Enallopsammia rostrata Flabellidae Flabellum apertum Javania cailleti Polymyces wellsi Fungiacyathidae Fungiacyathus paliferus, F.
Over the past 15 years, Gorgonia ventalina and Gorgonia flabellum have suffered widespread mortality associated with an infection from Aspergillus sydowii (Bainier & Sartory 1913) Thom & Church 1926, a common soil saprobe (Smith et al.
originalis and Microzarkodina flabellum are represented in the red marlstones of the Kriukai Formation in western Latvia.