The galea of both valves is usually also filled up by the phodium.
galea hemispherical, with a short conical horn, about as large as the roundish cephalis and half as large as the ovate thorax.
It is the Dolium galea, good friends, and we could tell you six other kinds that are suspected of this meanness.
Two anterior (or pectoral) tubes arise from the two frontal corners of the galea basis, and diverge forwards to right and left.
These may be derived from corresponding genera of Zygospyrida by the development of a galea.
galea, a helmet-shaped body, as the upper sepal of the Monkshood, 87.
Cephalis not distinctly separated from the galea, as the ring in the uppermost part of the shell-wall becomes obliterated.
galea immediately ordered him to be bound on a horse and conducted to the saint.
galea conical, with a short conical horn, longer than the nut-shaped cephalis.
Benedict was seated at the gateway reading when galea and his prisoner arrived.
galea ga·le·a (gā'lē-ə)
n. pl. ga·le·ae (-lē-ē')
An anatomical structure shaped like a helmet.
The aponeurosis connecting the occipitofrontal muscle to form the epicranium.
A type of bandage for covering the head.