The leaf-sheath is glabrous, with membranous margins and long hairs at the mouth.
Seeds compressed, pendulous, prolonged in a membranous wing.
On his last trip into the cabin he took from a drawer in the table a small, flat packet, sewn in membranous parchment.
The diaphragm is a membranous partition or fence between the thorax and abdomen.
Body more or less globular, membranous, attached or free; orifices on very contractile tubes.
The veil is membranous and forms a persistent ring on the stem.
Translucent, membranous structures, almost gauzy, which stretched out from their shoulders like bat's wings.
membranous or eous: composed of membrane or skin-like tissue.
Tarsal lobes: membranous appendages arising from the underside of the tarsal joints in some Coleoptera.
Pre-halter: a membranous scale in front of the true haltere of a fly.
membranous mem·bra·nous (měm'brə-nəs)
Relating to, made of, or similar to a membrane.
Characterized by the formation of a membrane or a layer similar to a membrane.