10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUBORBICULAR»
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Flora Europaea: Plantaginaceae to Compositae (and Rubiaceae)
Leaves membranous, rather evenly distributed along the stem, undivided,
crenate-serrate; lower cauline lanceolate to suborbicular, acute, petiolate; upper
cauline more or less cordate, subacuminate, sessile. Capitula l-5-3(-4)cm in
Introduction to the study of fossil organic remains: ...
aculicostn ; suborbicular, rather convex on both sides, with twenty-one rays on
the back, acute and smooth — v| inches. asper : suborbicular, Convex on both
sides ; twenty to twenty-two rays, longitudinal, imbricated, squamous, rough,
Outlines of Oryctology: An Introduction to the Study of ...
Pecten — continued. asper. . suborbicular, convex on both sides ; twenty to
twenty- two rays, longitudinal, imbricated, squamous, rough, divided by grooves. .
3j inches. benedictus. . inequivalved, upper valve plano-concave, lower very
Outlines of Oryctology. An introduction to the study of ...
Pecten—continued. asper. . suborbicular, convex on both sides ; twenty to
twentytwo rays, longitudinal, imbricated, squamous, rough, 'divided by grooves. .
3% inches. benedictus. . inequivalved, upper valve plane-concave, lower very
An Encyclopaedia of Plants
Thallus suborbicular imbricated : lobes thick ; all minute rounded crenulated
ascending, Apothecia ne.=irl_v plane aggregated of the same color as the thallus
: the margin crenulated subevanescent 15670 Thzillus roundish : lobes rounded
John Claudius Loudon, 1829
Leaves linear, oblong or suborbicular, sometimes fascicled, Spikes ovate, oblong
or somewhat elongated. Bracts ovate or suborbicular, ofte-n large and spreading,
adnate at the base to the calyx. Species 5, endemic. Inflorescence more or ...
William T. Thiselton-Dyer, 2014
An Encyclopædia of Plants: Comprising the Description, ...
59 Thallus suborbicular imbricated : lobes thick ; all minute rounded crenulated
ascending, Apothecia - TM nearly plane aggregated of the same color as the
thallus : the margin crenulated subcranescent Л) Thallus roundish : lobes
John Claudius Loudon, 1829
United States Geological Survey Professional Paper
Suborbicular, compressed; ribs about 19; lower valve convex, with broad ribs, not
very prominent, convex depressed on the back, angulated on the sides, about as
wide as the intervening spaces, and scarcely prominent at the base: upper ...
Geological Survey Professional Paper
Though it is incomplete and poorly preserved, it appears to be similar to
Periglypta caribbeana (Anderson, 1927, p. 90, pls. 2, 3), a very large, generally
suborbicular and slightly inequilateral species, the type of which has a length of
Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, ...
African seas. Lister, t. 184. f. 21. 20. Smooth on the outside, with 24 doubled rays.
Indian ocean. Chem. vii. t. 66. f. 622. to 624. 21. Suborbicular, compressed; with
about 11 prominent, convex, transversely scaly ribs, and striated longitudinally.