all, in pavement, and inlaid in vermiculated
herringbone masonry--eglutiskasis muras, horseshoe arch--pasagine arka, saucer-shaped dome--lekstasis kupolas, sawtooth roof--pjukliskasisi stogas, trefoil arch--trilape arka, vermiculated
masonry--kirmeliskasisi muras, umbrella dome--sketiskasis kupolas.
If you incline towards metalwork, Brimo de Laroussillhe presents possibly the last of the refined late-twelfth century Limoges enamel chasses or caskets with vermiculated
backgrounds to remain in private hands (Fig.
The bird's body is vermiculated
with a fine gray herringbone pattern and has other distinctive markings, including a wedge-shaped yellow patch on its rear end.
A recent sample from this environment contained nine of the ten known introduced species, as well as two additional species (the vermiculated
highfin catfish, Pterygoplichthys disjunctivus and the Amazon molly, Poecilia formosa), that were, heretofore, not found from this location.