from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Having, composed of, or arranged in lamellae.
- adjective Resembling a lamella.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Formed of a lamella, or disposed in lamellæ); lamellar in structure or arrangement.
- Having lamellæ furnished with little laminæ).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Composed of, or furnished with, thin plates or scales. See
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Composed of, or furnished with, thin plates or scales.
- adjective Having at least some component segments being lengthened on one side and flattened into circles, making these segments look like a stack of dinner plates.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
= Pith: = Pith in the black walnut is chambered (lamellate) in the older wood, but solid in the younger, growing wood.
Lamellicornia: those beetles in which the antennae terminate in a lamellate or leaf-like club.
Fissile - is: cleft or divided; as the wings in plume-moths: also used for lamellate.
The right edge of the peristome is lamellate and bears a clearly defined undulating membrane.
Fruiting surface usually on the under side and exposed toward the earth, lamellate, or prominently folded or veined.
Hymenium covering the entire free surface or confined to one portion; smooth, gyrose, folded or lobed; or hymenium lamellate, porous, reticulate or toothed forms which are gelatinous and provided with continuous basidia may be sought here.
The lamellate antennae are often found in the Scarabidae, but we aren't happy with that ID either.
The individual in your photo on the far left most certainly has lamellate antennae which Comstock in our 1940 edition on page 41 defines as "the segments that compose the knob are extended on one side into broad plates."