Then it was in the pellicles that he must seek for the air which had disappeared.
B, B, Stains or pellicles of the blood on the interior of the smaller vial.
Secretionary supplement: that part of a Diaspid scale extending beyond or around the pellicles.
At last he revealed his discovery, and laid before Captain Sutter the pellicles of gold he had picked up in the ditch.
Eighteen of these pellicles weighed less than one gramme (fifteen grains) and were easily carried by a single pigeon.
Once the kernels become dark, they cannot be brightened except by bleaching and removing the pellicles.
Female puparium varying in colour; circular in outline, usually flat, sometimes rather convex; pellicles usually in the centre.
The pellicles in the centre form sometimes a sort of boss or protuberance, of lighter colour than the rest.
Puparia elongated, generally more or less mussel-shaped or pyriform, usually convex, more or less curved; pellicles at one end.
An examination of the second pellicles of the two species will, of course, at once distinguish them.