bullettes

All Noun
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  • The school's sports teams are the Bulldogs and Bullettes.
  • The connecting rings are thick and have the zoning characteristic of the earlier Discosorids with well-developed bullettes.
  • Segments are large and broadly rounded; connecting rings thick, bullettes large.
  • Bullettes at the adapical ends of the connecting rings are small.
  • The siphuncle is close to the venter, septal necks short, connecting rings thick, bullettes prominent.
  • Siphuncles lie close to the ventral side, segments are broadly inflated, connecting rings thick and apically expanded thick bullettes.
  • Anomalously the bullettes, where the connecting rings attach to the previous septal openings are unswollen.
  • The siphuncle is close to the concave ventral margin, segments broadly expanded, connecting rings thick, bullettes identifiable.
  • Septal necks are recumbent, connecting rings thin, bullettes small.
  • Connecting rings are thin to moderately thick with inflated bullettes grasping the preveous septal foremina.
  • Most notably the head coach for the Bullettes of Mediapolis High School (Mediapolis, Iowa) girls six-on-six basketball team from 1959 to 1987.
  • Siphuncle segments are short, as are chambers; septal necks recurved, connecting rings thick, bullettes at the apical end of the rings swollen.
  • Bullettes, basilisks, Gargoyles, gorgons, greathorn minotaurs, and ropers may act as guardians as well, and even aberrations and undead.
  • Bullettes at the apical end of the connecting rings, which grasp the periphery of the previous septal foramina and connect to the inside of the previous septal necks, are never swollen.
  • The siphuncle is between the center and the venter; segments are short and not strongly contracted at the septal foremina, connecting rings are thickened and have enlarged bullettes.
  • The Lowoceratidae are derived from the Westonoceratidae (Teichert 1964), most likely from Faberoceras, by the suppression of bullettes in the later growth stages.
  • Reudemannoceras gave rise to the Cyrtogomphoceratidae through Ulrichoceras (Teichert 1964) as a result of an evolutionary ventral shift of the siphuncle and the development of large, inflated bullettes.
  • The siphuncle of Tuyloceras, genotype T. percurvatum, starts off with slender, subquadrate segments with thick rings and swollen bullettes, but later in life the segments become expanded, rings thinner, and bullettes simple and unswollen.