from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the Echinodermata, a type of rhombic area traversed by parallel canals terminating in pores, observed on the external surfaces of some cystidean thecæ. Each area overlaps the edges of two adjoining plates in such manner that the suture between the plates forms an axis of the rhomb.
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