The composition and significance of these extracapsular pigments are not completely known.
The extracapsular calymma is an alveolated sphere, the diameter of which is six to eight times that of the capsule.
The rapidity and character of the extracapsular currents are subject to great variations.
extracapsular jelly-envelope very thin, contains small yellow bodies (zooxanthell).
extracapsular body very voluminous, foamy, with innumerable alveoles in the jelly, and many xanthell between them.
extracapsular jelly-envelope very thin, containing no yellow bodies.
extracapsular jelly-envelope very thin, with short pseudopodia.
The extracapsular jelly or the calymma is commonly thick, and envelops the greater part or the whole body.
extracapsular jelly-envelope thin, yellowish, with very numerous and small xanthell.
extracapsular ex·tra·cap·su·lar (ěk'strə-kāp'sə-lər, -syu-)
Outside of a capsule.