When the lamin, at least on one side, appear to inosculate or to be imbedded in each other.
The line of separation of any two parts of a crust which are connected only by membrane or ligament, but do not inosculate.
When head, trunk, and abdomen are not separated by a deep incisure, but inosculate in each other.
inosculate in·os·cu·late (ĭn-ŏs'kyə-lāt')
v. in·os·cu·lat·ed, in·os·cu·lat·ing, in·os·cu·lates
To unite parts such as blood vessels, nerve fibers, or ducts by small openings.
To unite so as to be continuous; blend.