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fossula

 [fos´u-lah] (pl. fos´sulae) (L.)
a small fossa.

fos·su·la

, pl.

fos·su·lae

(fos'yū-lă, -lē), [TA]
1. A small fossa.
2. A minor fissure or slight depression on the surface of the cerebrum.
Synonym(s): fossette (1)
[L. dim. of fossa, ditch]

fossula

/fos·su·la/ (fos´u-lah) pl. fos´sulae   [L.] a small fossa.

fossula

A small pit or depression.

fos·su·la

, pl. fossulae (fos'yū-lă, -lē) [TA]
1. A small fossa.
2. A minor fissure or slight depression on the surface of the cerebrum.
Synonym(s): fossette (1) .
[L. dim. of fossa, ditch]

fossula

pl. fossulae [L.] a small fossa.
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Completion of Phase 3 - C Carrier Lines from the main line to the villages "Tutus, and elite, and Alsninae, and Alfarhanah, and white Nthel, and Amir bin San, and Asboutr, and fossula, and Alkhfj, and Almthoah old, and Rod bin Hadi, and Alusah, and capacity Rass, and Bdaya welcome, and Abu Suhalat, and blond, and Cyrenaica, and Alchwimms, and Almjsh, and Al.
Minister of Water and Electricity Signed contract for Completion of Phase 3 - C Carrier Lines from the main line to the villages "Tutus, and elite, and Alsninae, and Alfarhanah, and white Nthel, and Amir bin San, and Asboutr, and fossula, and Alkhfj, and Almthoah old, and Rod bin Hadi, and Alusah, and capacity Rass, and Bdaya welcome, and Abu Suhalat, and blond, and Cyrenaica, and Alchwimms, and Almjsh, and Al.
7); trochanters long and proximally narrow (Figs 12-14); fossula spongiosa absent in all legs; and fore tibial comb set on a prominent spur (Figs 11, 12).
Diagnosis: Shell small to large size; anterior end weakly carinate; dorsum smooth; spire of medium height and partially exposed; aperture wide, sides rounded; anterior and posterior canals deep; fossula smooth, concave, wide.
Diagnosis: Shell small to large size; moderately pyriform shape, constricted anteriorly; fossula smooth, concave, wide.
Diagnosis: Bernaya of medium size, anterior and posterior canals deep, spire of medium height, fossula concave, and smooth posterior terminal ridges extend to margins.
Fossular structures, including a fossula sensu stricto or a septofossula (Neuman 1984, p.
kiaeri are more closely related to the great number of North American species of Grewingkia provided with a pronounced cardinal fossula (thoroughly described by Elias in numerous papers, e.
A cardinal fossula is lacking, but a narrow pseudofossula may be present.
The genus Grewingkia Dybowski, 1873, on the contrary, mainly includes comparatively large, liberosessile species with strongly dilated septa throughout the early ontogeny, a cardinal fossula often provided with a septofossular stage (= short cardinal septum) in the calice, and a tabularium with several peripheral tabellae.
2H-L and 3), lacking a cardinal fossula or septofossula and only having slightly dilated septa, are here included in Eurogrewingkia.