areolated

areolated

(əˈrɪəˌleɪtɪd)
adj
marked by areolae
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Dorsal setae and minute discoidal pores distributed in a definite pattern leaving many bare areas, giving the dorsum an areolated pattern.
Dorsal setae and minute discoidal pores scattered evenly throughout, not forming an areolated pattern on dorsum.
Setae and microducts present in a reticulated pattern, giving the dorsum an areolated pattern, less pronounced near body margins.
Cells are of moderate size, suboval, markedly asymmetrical in relation to the longitudinal axis of the cell, convex dorsally and posteriorly and almost straight between the cingulum and R3 in lateral view, with strongly areolated theca.
Our specimen fits rather well the illustrations of two cells in lateral view by Balech (1988); however, our specimen differs by (1) the wider anterior part of the cell, (2) a more rounded RSL, (3) a noticeably areolated theca, (4) the presence of R3, and probably (4) by the absence of strong ribs supporting ACL.
A specimen from Veracruz shares the most of common features with Pseudophalacroma nasutum in Tai & Skogsberg (1934): (1) one row of pores in the middle of the cingulum; (2) the apical pore rather far from the cingulum; (3) short, fairly narrow LSL rounded posteriorly, without marked ribs R1 and R2; (4) shape and length of RSL; and (5) coarsely areolated theca.
Effect of body weight, water temperature and ration on ammonia excretion by the areolated grouper (Epinephelus areolatus) and mangrove red snapper (Lutjanus argentimaculatus).
biremis showed a distinctive Y-shaped and sigmoid areolated hypotheca, respectively (Fig.
Cells are large, strongly asymmetrical in relation to the longitudinal axis of the cell, with coarsely areolated theca.
Cells are small, wedge-shaped, strongly asymmetrical in relation to the longitudinal axis of the cell, with coarsely areolated theca.
Squarish propodeum, about 3/5th as long as wide and distinctly areolated centrally with upper areolae with 6-8 setae and lower with 1 seta only (Fig.