carinolateral
n. [L. carina, keel; lateralis, of the side]
(ARTHROPODA: Crustacea)
One of a pair of compartmental plates of balanomorph barnacles, usually overlapping the carina on each side, with the radius on the carinal side and the ala on the lateral side; the carinal latus of lepadomorphs.

Online Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology. . 2005.

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  • carinolateral — Compartment plate of cirripeds located on either side of carina, with radii on cardinal side and alae on rostral side. (Syn. latus (cardinal)) [Moore and McCormick, 1969]. (Subclass Cirripedia): ( ) [Anderson, 1980]. Balanus trigonus: apical… …   Crustacea glossary

  • lateral — adj. [L. latus, side] 1. Of or pertaining to the side; situated at, coming from, or directed towards. 2. (ARTHROPODA: Crustacea) In Cirripedia, one of a pair of compartmental plates, typically located between the carinolateral and rostrum; latus… …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • carinal latus — See: latus carinal (a) [Martin, 2005]. See: latus [McLaughlin, 1980]. (Subclass Cirripedia): Barnacle shell plate: in stalked form, paired plates (latera), one on each side of carina. Homologous with carinolateral of unstalked form. (Syn.… …   Crustacea glossary

  • lateral — Located away from midline; pertaining to the side [Butler, T.H.]. Plate of cirriped shell between carinolateral and rostrum. (Syn. latus) [Moore and McCormick, 1969]. Referring to or toward side [Hobbs and Jass, 1988]. (Subclass Cirripedia): ( )… …   Crustacea glossary

  • lateral plate — One of the paired, adjacent flaps sometimes present of sternite XIV in females (Fig. 4A) [Perez Farfante and Kensley, 1997]. (Subclass Cirripedia): Barnacle shell plate: in unstalked form, paired lateral plates, one located either between each… …   Crustacea glossary

  • latus — Any of lepadomorph capitular plates except paired scuta and terga and unpaired rostrum, carina, subrostrum, and subcarina. Smaller plates in basal whorls below paired latera referred to as lower latera; sometimes all or some absent. Types of… …   Crustacea glossary

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