areolae
plural of areola

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • areola — (plural areolae) 1) one of a series of normal epidermal cells arranged in circles overlying the mormyromasts, q.v (plural areolae) 2) a small space or interstice in a tissue or part …   Dictionary of ichthyology

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