Synonyms for subglobular or Related words with subglobular

subdiscoidal              tuberculate              protoconch              breviconic              siphuncle              ventricose              subcylindrical              exogastric              longiconic              spinose              cyrtoconic              planispiral              subglobose              umbilici              gyroconic              siphuncles              suborbicular              subquadrate              paucispiral              headshield              subcircular              subtriangular              fusoid              obsoletely              bicarinate              pygidium              terete              orthocone              keelless              cheilocystidia              cyrtocones              falcate              lageniform              peristome              tubercules              sulcate              umbilicate              orbiculate              inamyloid              spathulate              subcentral              unlobed              clavate              orthocones              evolute              tubercled              denticulate              obconic              paraphyses              cyrtocone             



Examples of "subglobular"
The fruits are ellipsoidal to subglobular, long and in diameter.
Pachylyroceras is a large, generally subglobular, Upper Mississippian gonitite and included in the cephalopod subclass Ammonoidea.
"Virola surinamensis" grows tall. The leaves are long and wide. The fruits are ellipsoidal to subglobular, measuring about long and in diameter.
The Ptychitidae, to which "Arctoptychites" belongs, is a family of ceratitid ammonites ("sensu lato") with ammonitic sutures and variably subglobular to compressed, ribbed or smooth, generally evolute shells.
Cheiloceras is a subglobular to thickly lenticular goniatite with a closed umbilicus from the Upper Devonian and type genus for the Cheiloceratidae.
The Posttornoceratidae produced subglobular to discoidal shells with small, closed umbilici and lateral lobes in the suture that are produced adentitiously (i.e. haphazardly) from the first lateral saddles.
"Abbasites" is small and subglobular with ribbing that divides high on its sides and which has an interruption on the venter that replaces the keel, generally characteristic of the Hammatoceratidae
Fagesia is a small, subglobular ammonite (suborder Ammonitina) belonging to the vascoceratid family of the Acanthocerataceae that lived during the Turonian stage of the Late Cretaceous, 92-88 Ma ago.
Fagesia rudra is a small, subglobular ammonite (suborder Ammonitina) belonging to the vascoceratid family. This species lived during the Turonian stage of the late Cretaceous, 92-88 Ma ago.
"Texoceras", named and described by Miller & Furnish in 1937, has an involute, subglobular shell, like "Adrianites", with a narrow, deep umbilucus in the middle, but with a reticulate surface and a suture that forms 14 rounded lobes.
Its shell is generally subglobular, variably involute with a rounded whorl section. Sides and venter bear conspicuous ribs. The suture is only slightly sinuous and the siphuncle position is variable.
"The very solid, imperforate shell has an ovate or subglobular shape. It is dark colored. The large aperture is oblique. The inner surface of the operculum is yellow, subconcave, with a submarginal, basal nucleus. Its outer surface is very convex."
Fagesia superstes is a small, subglobular ammonite (suborder Ammonitina) belonging to the vascoceratid family. This species lived during the Turonian stage of the late Cretaceous, 92-88 Ma ago.
The tree grows tall and it is found in low altitude evergreen forests. The fruit is ellipsoid to ovoid and subglobular, long and in diameter in groups of 1 to 32.
Virola divergens is a species of tree in the Myristicaceae family. It grows to about 25m tall. The fruits are ellipsoidal and subglobular, 18-38 mm long and 16-33 mm in diameter, grouped 4 to 8.
Neoaganides is a small, 1–2 cm diameter subdiscoidal to subglobular goniatitid belonging to the family Pseudohaloritidae that lived from the Late Pennsylvanian to the Late Permian, existing for some 56 million years.
Bisatoceratidae is a family of Late Paleozoic ammonites now included in the Thalassoceratoidea characterized by thick-discoidal to subglobular, involute shells in which lobes are simple. Some forms have spiral ornamentation.
Prolobitidae is divided into two subfamilies, Prolobitinae consisting of subglobular to subdiscoidal shells with moderate to closed umbilici, and Raymondoceratinae consisting of discodal shells with tramsverse ribs and large umbilici.
Liroceras is the type genus of the clydonautiliacean family, Liroceratidae, and is characterized by a rapidly expanding, subglobular, nautiliconic shell with a reniform whorl section, small umbilicus, essentially straight sutures, and a siphuncle with a variable but not marginal position.
The Ptychitacheae is a superfamily of typically involute, subglobular to discoidal Ceratitida in which the shell is smooth with lateral folds or strigations, inner whorls are globose, and the suture is commonly ammonitic. Their range is Middle_ and Upper Triassic.