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rugose

 [roo´gōs]
marked by ridges; wrinkled.

ru·gose

(rū'gōs),
Marked by rugae; wrinkled.
Synonym(s): rugous
[L. rugosus]

rugose

(ro͞o′gōs′) also

rugous

(-gəs)
adj. Biology
Having a rough, ridged, or wrinkled surface: rugose spores.

ru′gose′ly adv.
ru·gos′i·ty (-gŏs′ĭ-tē) n.

rugose

[ro̅o̅′gōs]
wrinkled or corrugated. Also rugous.

ru·gose

(rū'gōs)
Marked by rugae; wrinkled.
Synonym(s): rugous.
[L. rugosus]

rugose

(of plant parts) wrinkled.

rugose

marked by ridges; wrinkled.
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In addition, encountering problems with existing collections led the authors to revise the taxonomy, biostratigraphy, and phylogeny of all Cisuralian colonial rugose coral faunas from western and northwestern Pangaea and to reconsider their origin and dispersal within the CAU Realm.
testudinum deduced from a rugose appearance of the potholes (caused by dead bundle sheaths) and the presence of dead rhizome material in the sediment.
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The second most abundant group is the solitary rugose corals (horn corals).
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annuum was recognized as narrower and less frequently rugose than in C.
Ossified rugose masses were paired to the five sternal segments, including a well preserved manubrium and xiphisternum.
Based on the fossils present, including rugose corals and tentaculites, that limestone is either Columbus or Delaware limestone, and was probably quarried in the Sandusky area, in Sandusky County, OH.