galeatus

galeatus

A vaginal delivery in which the amniotic membranes lie over the infant’s head, a distinction of uncertain clinical value.
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Several species of conch are caught in Panama, including Strombus galeatus on the Pacific coast and S.
The last nest, which was shared with a roosting female Helmeted Woodpecker (Dryocopus galeatus, see below), contained nearly-fledged nestlings on 2 December (nest 9).
Acoustic analysis of the Chavin pututus (Strombus galeatus Marine shell trumpets).
Pronotum with large, distinct, bulbous hood, cleft posteriorly to receive anterior portion of a compressed elevation formed by two greatly enlarged hemispherical lateral carinae; areoles of hemelytra very large, rectangular, and vitreous Galeatus Curtis
Archaeologists had unearthed 20 complete Strombus galeatus marine shell trumpets in 2001 at Chavin de Huantar, an ancient ceremonial center in the Andes.
Archaeologists found 20 complete Strombus galeatus marine shell trumpets in 2001 at Chavin de Huantar, an ancient ceremonial center in the Andes.
ABSTRACT Populations of Strombus galeatus Swainson 1823 have been severely overfished in Pacific Panama.
Lefevre's source for this latter affirmation is naturally not the Codex Sinaiticus, but, oddly enough, Jerome's preface to the Book of Kings or the famous Prologus galeatus which establishes all Old Testament books not written in Hebrew as being outside the canon and therefore possessing only ecclesiastical authority.
grandis, called "casco de burro" locally; beanclams, Donax dentifer; and giant eastern Pacific conchs, Strombus galeatus.
Morphological description of the developmental stages of Parauchenipterus galeatus (Linnaeus, 1766) (Siluriformes, Auchenipteridae) on the floodplain of the upper Paraná River.