A genus proposed by Lamarck, to include the small, conical species of auricula, which have the outer lip simple.
There are auricula clubs and societies in the north of England.
This genus of minute land shells differs from auricula chiefly in the soft parts.
The original of the auricula is a hardy perennial herb, of dwarf habit, bearing dull yellowish blossoms.
Dust′y-foot (see Pie-powder); Dust′y-mill′er, the auricula, from the white dust upon its leaves.
There really is no need of artificial heat, for the auricula is a mountaineer, and can endure both frost and snow.
Morion (an unnatural compound of Eburna, auricula proper, Pythia, &c.).
But we do not know any seed—not even the auricula—which takes more time and is so capricious in germinating.
In the time of Clusius, most of the varieties of the auricula were scarce.
auricula au·ric·u·la (ô-rĭk'yə-lə)
n. pl. au·ric·u·lae (-lē')