The devotees, parishioners and pilgrims to the recently declared Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Mount Carmel are now becoming familiar with the three new emblems in the basilica-the umbraculum
, tintinnabulum and papal cross keys-that signify its new status.
Rudman WB (1999) Umbraculum umbraculum
This suffix is productively used in the formation of Locative nouns such as hibernacula 'winter quarters' (from hibernare 'spend the winter') or umbraculum
'shade' (from umbrare 'cast a shadow on').
However, it is Fabre's Umbraculum
(2001) that provides the most memorable commentary on the idea of vanitas.
Clado Familia Genero Estaecie Cephalaspidea Bullidae Bulla punctulata aspersa striata Cylichnidae Scaphander cylindrellus Aplysiomorpha Aplysudae Aplysia juliana lessoni Dolabrifera dolabrifera Sacoglossa Juludae Julia thecaphora Placobranchidae Elysia diomedea Umbraculida Umbraculidae Umbraculum umbraculum
Euctenidiacea Chromodorididae Glossodoris baumanni Hypselodoris agassizii Dendrodorididae Doriopsilla janaina Cladobranchia Arminidae Armina cuvieri Flabellinidae Flabellina cynara Tergipedidae Cuthona sp.
Lack of an operculum may be characteristic only of pleurobranchids, however, as larvae of the tylodinid Umbraculum
sinicum (Gmelin, 1791) is described as having an operculum (Ostergaard, 1950).
Finally, the use of the umbraculum
(monstrance veil) during Mass does not permit the continuation of adoration, any more or less than does reposition in the tabernacle.
In the aplysiomorph Aplysia punctata (Carazzi 1905) and the umbraculomorph Umbraculum
mediterraneaum (Heymons 1893), C and D are both smaller than A and B.
Echinoidea: SCB, in the form of short rods, were found in Goniocidaris umbraculum
, a representative of the primitive subclass Perischoechinoidea.