lingulate


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for lingulate

shaped like a tongue

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
As the shells were poorly preserved, but differed from the lingulate species formerly known in the region, they were referred to as Ungula sp.
The lower boundary of the Kallavere Formation is marked by the lingulate coquina containing numerous valves of linguloid brachiopods Ungula ingrica, Schmidtites celatus, rare Keyserlingia buchii and Oepikites obtusus.
The end-phase lattice parameter a value is similar to the heated lingulate shell apatite (Nemliher et al.
Inarticulated lingulate brachiopods Bicarinatina, Laima and Orbiculoidea occur in the Rezekne-Gauja interval, whereas Bicarinatina is most common (for comparison see Zabini et al.
Supra-anal plate elongate-triangular, with smoothly rounded lingulate tip.
Petals lingulate, obtuse, 17-19 mm long, each with a pair of fimbriate basal appendages, pale yellow tipped with white.
Lingulate brachiopods represent a class of marine invertebrates (Lingulata Gorjansky & Popov) existing from the Lower Cambrian to the present (Holmer & Popov 2000).
The lingulate brachiopod faunas documented from the Paltodus deltifer Biozone of the Eastern Alborz Mountains and Poland (Biernat 1973; Holmer & Biernat 2002) show clear signs of the beginning of recovery.
Leaves 12 to 18 in number, laxly spreading, thin coriaceous, 30-45 cm long, dark punctate-lepidote throughout; sheaths elliptic, 3-5 x 2-4 cm, dark castaneous especially abaxially, slightly nerved; blades lingulate, acute to attenuate, pungent, 1-3 cm wide, thin coriaceous, green tinged purple or reddish striate.
This level coincides with a lithological boundary which is marked by a 2-3 cm thick layer of the black shale and numerous fragments of lingulate brachiopods.
Leaves spreading, 7585 cm long, moderately coriaceous, green adaxially, tinged red abaxially; leaf sheaths elliptic, 10 x 6 cm, entire, nerved, castaneous toward the base, punctate-lepidote, more so adaxially; leaf blades lingulate, acute and mucronate, 3550 mm wide, punctate-lepidote, subdensely serrate with dark, mostly antrose 13 mm long spines.
The drill core data show that the maximum diversity of fossils, such as rhynchonelliformean and lingulate brachiopods, gastropods, tentaculitids, and calcareous algae, is in the lower half of the Kuldiga Fm.
Leaf sheaths elliptic, 6-8 x 3u5 cm, somewhat castaneous toward the base, subdensely brown punctate-lepidote especially adaxially; leaf blades lingulate, rounded to broadly acute, apiculate, 18u28 mm wide, pale punctate-lepidote, bright green with a few obscure darker green bands or mottled areas.