Bulleana (plates, fig. 247 to 253), contains the genera bulla and bulla.
They were generally enclosed in a bulla, and suspended from the neck.
bulla was speaking this time, and Hilliard soon found he was telling a somewhat improper story.
The bulla attains its maximum development in Chinchilla and Dipus.
Some species of bulla have been seen to swim by means of the lazy flapping of the parapodia.
The Ovula were placed by Linnus in his genus bulla, from which they are very remote.
Clear forward into the angle between the jaw and the bulla tympani, to see XII.
As in Dorcopsis, but not as in Macropus, the bulla tympani is not swollen.
A fairly typical Arctoid bulla is seen in such a form as Cercoleptes.
The bulla is divided, as in the Cats, but is externally constricted.
bulla bul·la (bul'ə)
n. pl. bul·lae (bul'ē)
A large blister or vesicle of pathological origin.
A bubblelike structure.