Definition of Subovated. Meaning of Subovated. Synonyms of Subovated

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Definition of Subovated

Subovated
Subovated Sub*o"va*ted, a. Subovate. [R.]

Meaning of Subovated from wikipedia

- southeastern Canada. Original description (Say 1829): "S**** very large, subovate; disk unequally wrinkled and undulated transversely, dark yellowish brown;...
- members of Odostomiinae have. The s**** opening (aperture) is truncate-subovate. Compared to Euparthenia Thiele, 1929, Gurmatia lacks a columellar fold...
- transverse blackish strigulae in the dorsal half and there is an irregular subovate blackish blotch towards the apex, confluent with the middle one of three...
- The body whorl is rounded and very ventricose. The aperture is large, subovate, colored interiorly with reddish, and marked with transverse ribs corresponding...
- the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. The carapace of P. steueri appears subovate in lateral view. It is light green with four dark green transverse stripes...
- scaber) Lima squamosa Lamarck, 1819) Lima subovata (Jeffreys, 1879) - subovate fileclam Lima tenera Sowerby, 1843 Lima tetrica Gould, 1851 Abbott, R.T...
- middle of the dorsum, the costal projecting scales mixed with pale rosy. A subovate white spot is found in the disc beyond the middle outlined with black irroration...
- whorl is large, rounded, very narrowly umbilicated. The aperture is large, subovate, somewhat produced at the junction of the outer lip and columella. The...
- zigzag lines. The body whorl is rounded and is slightly descending. The subovate aperture is sulcate within. The arcuate columella is compressed. The umbilical...
- well rounded and inflated, the latter somewhat elongated. The aperture is subovate, somewhat effuse anteriorly. The posterior angle is acute. The outer lip...
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