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tegula

(ˈtɛɡjʊlə)
n
one of a pair of coverings of the forewings of certain insectsan overlapping roof tile
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The Eternit Group today has over 2500 employees (in all its units and subsidiaries SAMA, Precon Goias and Tegula Solucoes para Telhado), 11 of its own plants, 6 sales affiliates (strategically located in the Southeast, Central West, South and Northeast of the country), as well as more than 14,000 sales agents throughout Brazil--present in Brazil's main consumer centres.
Scutum with posterolateral lamella present anteriorly, adjoining tegula (Fig.
Adams, 1850), Cerithium atratum (Born, 1778), Tegula viridula (Gmelin, 1791), and Ischnochiton striolatus (Gray, 1828)] contributed more than 75% of the total dissimilarity.
The distance from tegula to head is about 0.6-0.9 times the distance from tegula to hind margin of propodeum, scutellum in profile convex, mesopleuron smooth and polished; propodeum smooth, polished with two lateral longitudinal carinae only posteriorly, and opening pocket-like structure with a longitudinal opening in the central surface.
Gastropod shells species of the genus Leucozonia, Siratus, Stramonita, Tegula, and Morula occupied by hermit crabs from Couves Island, southeastern Brazilian coast (Photos: D.J.M.
Tegula marron, con un punto amarillo en la parte anterior, cerca a la base del ala.
We measured distance between the outer edge of the tegula of commonly collected (3+) insect visitors to provide a relative measure of body size.
Breve descripcion (n = 3): Longitud 3,0 -3,5 mm; coloracion oscura, bronce-violeta con verde metalico; escapo antenal, tegula y femur verde; tibia marron oscuro a verde.