The Dipnoans37 show an important advance on the CONUS as in atrium and ventricle.
The teeth of CONUS are hollow and very sharp and have a barb on the end.
I suspect that CONUS bullatus was meant, as the contrasting characters answer admirably.
CONUS maculosus is an inhabitant of the last-named locality.
With the reduction of the CONUS the bulbus arteriosus is enlarged.
Amongst the Teleostomes the lower ganoids show a similar development of longitudinal rows of valves in the CONUS.
CONUS, along with Voluta and Cypra, is entitled to the honor of being considered an aristocrat among mollusks.
In Amia (fig. 26, B), however, the CONUS is shortened and the number of valves in each longitudinal row is much reduced.
The rare and beautiful CONUS gloria-maris once brought 43 ($215) at an auction sale in London.
CONUS is accused of having a poison-gland connected with the radula and of having shown vicious traits when captured.
conus co·nus (kō'nəs)
n. pl. co·ni (-nī')
Posterior staphyloma in myopic choroidopathy.
conus arteriosus conus ar·te·ri·o·sus (är-tēr'ē-ō'səs)
A conical extension of the right ventricle in the heart, from which the pulmonary artery originates. Also called arterial cone, infundibulum.