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Polar spines three-sided prismatic, cuspidate, about as long as the axis of the shell.
REPORT ON THE RADIOLARIA COLLECTED BY H.M.S. CHALLENGER DURING THE YEARS 1873-1876, FIRST PART: PORULOSA (SPUMELLARIA AND ACANTHARIA)ERNST HAECKEL
The second glume is broadly ovate acute, rather cuspidate, usually 5-nerved (rarely 7-nerved).
A HANDBOOK OF SOME SOUTH INDIAN GRASSESRAI BAHADUR K. RANGA ACHARIYAR
Basal breadth of all six the same (three times as large as one pore); form, three-sided prismatic, with cuspidate distal end.
REPORT ON THE RADIOLARIA COLLECTED BY H.M.S. CHALLENGER DURING THE YEARS 1873-1876, FIRST PART: PORULOSA (SPUMELLARIA AND ACANTHARIA)ERNST HAECKEL
Cuspidate: prickly pointed; ending in a sharp point; with an acuminated point ending in a bristle.
EXPLANATION OF TERMS USED IN ENTOMOLOGYJOHN. B. SMITH
It is therefore significant that these earlier teeth should be more cuspidate than the later teeth.
THE CAMBRIDGE NATURAL HISTORY, VOL X., MAMMALIAFRANK EVERS BEDDARD
The canines are those of flesh-eaters and so are the molars, being as a rule sharply cuspidate.
THE CAMBRIDGE NATURAL HISTORY, VOL X., MAMMALIAFRANK EVERS BEDDARD
Leaves much smaller, less oblique at the base, finely and regularly crenate, acuminate rather than cuspidate.
WOODLAND GLEANINGSCHARLES TILT
The serrations tend to be more nearly crenulate than cuspidate.
TWO NEW PELYCOSAURS FROM THE LOWER PERMIAN OF OKLAHOMARICHARD C. FOX
Cuspidate, tipped with a sharp and rigid point; as in Fig. 140.
THE ELEMENTS OF BOTANYASA GRAY
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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