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cancellate

(kăn-sĕl′ĭt, kăn′sə-lāt′) also

cancellated

(-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Cancellous.
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Nonetheless, they retain a well defined, relatively fine, cancellate sculpture on the last adult whorl and have four and five spiral cords respectively on the base (including that level with suture) as opposed to three in V.
philippinensis, Shuto (1971: 18) claimed that the sculpture was diagonally cancellate. Species resembling P.
According to fresh examples of this species (P infrasulcata occurs as far south as Durban), the protoconch bears cancellate sculpture of fine axial ribs crossed by subequal spiral threads (Fig.
Sculpture cancellate, with spiral ridges finer than axial ribs, forming weak compressed nodules where they cross them.
7) bluntly conical, of ca 3.0 whorls, beginning of 1st whorl strongly tilted, next whorl finely cancellate, last whorls with obliquely cancellate sculpture, of sigmoid, opisthocyrt riblets, crossed diagonally by oblique threads; golden brown; breadth 0.41 mm.
clathurelloides not only lacks a keel but has the typical diagonally cancellate sculpture of Kermia.
First teleoconch whorl cancellate, with 2 spiral ridges, increasing to 4 from 2nd whorl, that below suture remaining weak, that above suture sometimes as strong as the median two (i.e.
Protoconch bluntly conical, of about 2.7 whorls, 1st whorl depressed and tilted, 2nd whorl with cancellate sculpture (about 9 spiral threads, crossed by orthocline axial threads); last whorls with arcuate axial riblets, crossed by short, opisthocline axial threads, interrupted in the intervals; breadth 0.43 mm.