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Characterized by having the wings reticulate with numerous veins so as to look like net-work.DIRECTIONS FOR COLLECTING AND PRESERVING INSECTSC. V. RILEY
The nucleus has the same peculiar reticulate character as at first.THE WORKS OF FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR, VOLUME 1FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR
The tubules are shorter than in either of the preceding species; the spores are darker, larger, and more thoroughly reticulate.THE NORTH AMERICAN SLIME-MOULDSTHOMAS H. (THOMAS HUSTON) MACBRIDE
Very common, recognized by its bright yellow color and conspicuous reticulate habit.THE NORTH AMERICAN SLIME-MOULDSTHOMAS H. (THOMAS HUSTON) MACBRIDE
They are usually arranged so as to form a reticulate skeleton.FRESHWATER SPONGES, HYDROIDS & POLYZOANELSON ANNANDALE
The inner zone indistinctly reticulate with fine puncta radiating from the centre and apiculi at intervals.THE DIATOMACEAE OF PHILADELPHIA AND VICINITYCHARLES SUMNER BOYER
Hind toe absent in most species; tarsus usually reticulate, sometimes scutellate.BRITISH BIRDS IN THEIR HAUNTSREV. C. A. JOHNS
These coalesce into a peripheral zone from which protrude the pseudopods, here rather radiate than reticulate.ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 10, SLICE 6VARIOUS
(Gymnostomaceae); showing the reticulate arrangement of the endosarc, b, contractile vacuoles; c, the cuticle-lined pharynx.ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 14, SLICE 5VARIOUS
Pod broadly linear or oblong, flat; the valves nerveless, but minutely reticulate-veined.THE MANUAL OF THE BOTANY OF THE NORTHERN UNITED STATESASA GRAY

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