inflatus

inflatus

(ɪnˈfleɪtəs)
n
an act of breathing into, an inflation or inspiration
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(Chthoniidae), Larca chamberlini (Larcidae), Tychochernes inflatus e Illinichernes distinctus (Chernetidae) (Villegas-Guzman & Perez, 2005).
Life-cycle of Choniomyzon inflatus Wakabayashi, Otake, Tanaka & Nagasawa, 2013 (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida: Nicothoidae) with the morphological descriptions of the nauplius, copepodid and adult male.
The next two fossiliferous horizons (sample MK-5/11 at 16.2 m and samples MK-5/12 and MK-5/12A at 31.8-31.95 m above the base of the unit) contain the trilobites Asaphellus inflatus Lu, 1962, Geragnostus cf.
The despised poor earth, The healthy odorous earth,--I missed with it The divine breath that blows the nostrils out To ineffable inflatus,--ay, the breath Which love is.
The Inflated Heelsplitter, Potamilus inflatus (Lea, 1831), historically occurred in the Amite, Tangipahoa, and Pearl Rivers in south-eastern Louisiana and the Tombigbee and Black Warrior Rivers in Alabama (Stewart, 1993).
inflatus), Carpocyon robustus, Ischyrocyon gidleyi (= Pliocyon walkerae), Merychippus sp., Hypohippus sp., Cormohipparion (= Neohipparion) occidentale, Neohipparion affine (= whitneyi), Pseudhipparion (= Nannippus) gratus, Pliohippus pernix (= lullianus), Ustatochoerus sp., and Cosoryx sp.
Craspeduchus xanthostaurus, Epipolops scudderi, Jalysus reductus, Melanopleurus inflatus, Neoninus sp., Ninyas sp.