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o·per·cu·late

 (ō-pûr′kyə-lĭt) also o·per·cu·lat·ed (-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Having an operculum.

o·per′cu·late′ (-lāt′, -lĭt) n.

o•per•cu•late

(oʊˈpɜr kyə lɪt, -ˌleɪt)

also o•per′cu•lat`ed,



adj.
having an operculum.
[1765–75]
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Teller's operculum; revising a rare operculate gastropod from the Silurian of Wisconsin (Laurentia).
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A new genus of operculate land snails from Hispaniola with comments on the status of family Annulariidae.
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Except for the two operculate Ampullariidae (Pulmonata) Lanistes varicus (Muller) and Lanistes ovum Peter, the larvae attacked all other freshwater snails species collected at the respective sites for maintenance of our laboratory cultures.
Beauv Palynomorph: Areolate with medium scabrae-type, Spheroidal, Annulate, operculate, annulate, annulus reduced, annulus 3(mu)m in diameter, 0.85(mu)m thick, size of pollen is 2.5(mu)m often slightly thicker pores.