concavoconvex

con·ca·vo·con·vex

(kon-kā'vō-kon'veks),
Concave on one surface and convex on the opposite surface.

concavoconvex

/con·ca·vo·con·vex/ (-kon´veks) having one concave and one convex surface.

con·ca·vo·con·vex

(kŏn-kā'vō-kon-veks')
Concave on one surface and convex on the opposite surface.

con·ca·vo·con·vex

(kŏn-kā'vō-kon'veks)
Concave on one surface and convex on the opposite surface.
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Shell weakly concavoconvex to almost biplanate, transverse subrectangular with maximum width slightly anterior to the hinge line; anterior commissure rectimarginate.
This configuration is often referred to as either a "saddle joint" or concavoconvex.
of concavoconvex section) appear to form a petrographically coherent group comprising examples from Barnack, Cambridgeshire (3), Ferrybridge, Yorkshire (21), Driffield, Yorkshire (8), Tring, Hertfordshire (16) and Hemp Knoll, Wiltshire (2).