The external morphological characters and original description of femorata distal lateral lobes of frontoclypeus not expanded; striations
on pronotum are distinct and oblique; forewings with 3 anteapical cells are consistent with those of the genus Pediopsis.
, broken rough striations
, and rough structures formed in succession from the notch tip to the unfractured region to dissipate a large amount of the impact energy.
spongiceps have longitudinal striations
on their egg capsules (Nakaya 1975; Nakaya & Sato 1998; Iglesias et al.
, rips and flecks characterise other paintings but in all four of these, the final pull of the squeegee travelled downwards rather than across and so the striations
and tears and flecks travel downwards too.
s], which is defined as the ratio of the number of pixels on the striations
to the total number of pixels in the area, can provide examiners with a means to estimate the quality of bullet images and therefore predict the potential for identification.
Use-wear on sandstone grinding stones used exclusively to pound and crush acorns produces far fewer striations
than experimental tools used for grinding seeds such as millet and oats.
Cruz-Pachano said that the four most significant clinical findings of adenomyosis on ultra sound were increased vascularity (100%), the presence of myometrial cysts (86%), striations
(82%), and a heterogeneous appearance (78%).
were seen on the propodosomal region of the male and horizontal striations
could be detected at the posterior hysterosomal region.
We classified hummingbirds based on the extent of bill striations
(Ortiz-Crespo 1972, Pyle 1997, Yanega et al.
within the color blocks add density to designs in Jaipur's Terra Verde Series.
The only thing that looked slightly suspicious was a number of slightly curved striations
concentrated on one area.
The spiral and cone-shaped acrosome has many equidistant striations
on its surface.