finely striate

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  • Its walls are finely striate, like the whole surface of the shell.
  • Surface is finely striate above and below, fresh specimens showing dense fine spiral lines, especially on the last whorl.
  • Shell colour is reddish horny brown, often with black or brown encrustations, finely striated.
  • The ventral surface is finely striate, and this surface alone is ciliated. Cited from Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole, by Gary N. Galkins
  • The umbilicus is deep, very narrow, longitudinally very finely striated.
  • This dull whitish little shell may be known by its finely striate surface, narrow umbilicus, short spire and globose-turbinate form.
  • The interstices are obliquely finely striate, one or two of the broader ones usually with a central riblet.
  • Examined closely, it is seen to be made up of closely-arranged parallel fibres running in a straight line from the upper to the lower border, and giving the surface of the foot a finely striated appearance. Cited from Diseases of the Horse's Foot, by Harry Caulton Reeks
  • The convex base is finely striated and laminated and provided with six rounded lirae.
  • B. brachiata is a small, scandent dioecious shrub with light-brown finely striated bark.
  • The shell is finely striated with spiral lines producing a fine reticular pattern (less prominent than in A. pura).
  • The shell is thin, pellucid, fragile, white, slightly convolute, obliquely finely striate, left side slightly inflated.
  • The shell is dark horny brownish, very finely striated, slightly coarser at the cervix.
  • The outside of the shell is smooth, only concentrically wrinkled at regular distances by larger elevated ridges, the interstices between them being finely striated by parallel lines.
  • The shell is evenly horny-brownish, fragile and transparent, finely striated on the upper side, nearly smooth on the lower side.
  • The body is finely striated with longitudinal markings; when contracted there are no transverse markings nor annulations. Cited from Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole, by Gary N. Galkins
  • Fissurella afra is also very finely striated radiately, and marked in the same way with radiating bands of a violaceous-brown on a yellowish-white ground.
  • The interstices are under the lens finely striated, the striae running parallel to the ridges.
  • The surface contains clathrate ridges, the interstices of which are finely striated.
  • The shell is rimate, turrited, irregularly and very finely striate, of reddish-brown color, glossy.