Most species have sharp, curved claws, often retractile between some of the lamellae or into a special sheath.
Lamelliform: made up of or resembling leaves, blades or lamellae.
There are other species of geese, as I hear from Mr. Bartlett, in which the lamellae are less developed than in the common goose.
The teeth are four in each jaw, and are formed of three to five lamellae; the incisors of this animal are powerful but short.
There are 21 and 23 lamellae beneath the fourth toe; each has 31 longitudinal rows of scales around the body.
They may have rudimentary exopodites, and may or may not have branchial filaments or lamellae developed on their posterior faces.
The arrangement of the lamellae and pads differs much in the various genera and is used for classificatory purposes.
On either side of the body between the mantle and the foot are two flat gills each composed of two lamellae.
It has numerous large flowers, which are pure white throughout, with the exception of the lamellae of the lip, which are yellow.
(c) the wide beak, which sheaths both upper and lower jaws, and whose edges are raised into lamellae, which act as strainers.
lamella la·mel·la (lə-měl'ə)
n. pl. la·mel·las or la·mel·lae (-měl'ē')
A thin scale, plate, or layer of bone or tissue, as around the minute vascular canals in bone.
A medicated gelatin disk, used instead of a solution for application to the conjunctiva. Also called disk.