The seeds of “gogo” are very large, lenticular, flattened, 3–4 centimeters in diameter.
Shell subcircular, lenticular, strongly compressed, with two short divergent spines on the apical margin (a dorsal and a ventral).
Like the pellets of pollen, it is carried on the posterior tibi, but the masses are lenticular.
Shell subcircular, lenticular, strongly compressed on both sides, with a sharp and broad hyaline keel in the sagittal perimeter.
Sometimes the inner medullary shell is spherical, the outer ellipsoidal or lenticular.
The refracting or lenticular stereoscope that of Sir David Brewster.
Fructification: the internal mass or contents separating into roundish or lenticular gonidia.
The Whitby jet occurs in irregular masses, often of lenticular shape, embedded in hard shales known as jet-rock.
The crystalline lens is a small body of a crystalline appearance and lenticular shape, whence its name.
When decomposed it is found also in round masses, either spherical or compressed and lenticular.
lenticular len·tic·u·lar (lěn-tĭk'yə-lər)
Of or relating to a lens.
Shaped like a biconvex lens.