Definition of Foveolae
1. Noun. (irregular plural of foveola) ¹
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Definition of Foveolae
1. foveola [n] - See also: foveola
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Literary usage of Foveolae
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introduction to Entomology by John Henry Comstock, Anna Botsford Comstock (1888)
"In each of these there is on each side on the margin of the vertex in front of the eye a little oblong pit, the lateral foveolae ; and the lateral carinae ..."
2. Anatomical Names: Especially the Basle Nomina Anatomica ("BNA") by Albert Chauncey Eycleshymer, Daniel Martin Schoemaker, Roy Lee Moodie, Wilhelm His (1917)
"... of Pacchioni—34:36 (= granulares [Pacchioni])—34:36 = (Granular foveolae [of Pacchioni]) = Pacchioni—34:36 = of Pacchioni—34:36 = papillae—60:62 ..."
3. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1905)
"Head, thorax, and petiole covered with circular foveolae which are larger and more scattered on the head, especially on its anterior portion, ..."
4. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology by Cambridge Entomological Club (1899)
"Al. foveolae of the vertex wanting or invisible from above, ... No foveolae of the vertex ; tegmina very much shorter than the abdomen ; spines of outer ..."
5. Guide to the Genera and Classification of the North American Orthoptera by Samuel Hubbard Scudder (1897)
"Lateral foveolae of the vertex linear and distinct; tegmina quite unspotted; ... foveolae less distinct and subtriangular or obsolete; tegmina more or less ..."
6. The Canadian Entomologist by Entomological Society of Canada (1951- ), Entomological Society of Ontario (1879)
"Abdomen densely punctured, the punctures finer than those of the thorax, the median line on the second segment distinct, the series of foveolae on the third ..."
7. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1845)
"A little below the leaf-stalk scars, which are arranged circularly around the stem, we find single or grouped foveolae of the size of a pea, ..."