It is the work of Josepe de la Hera; and this colichemarde with its fenestrated guard—what a superb specimen of handicraft!'
In these four subfamilies the concentric shells are all simple (not spongy) fenestrated spheres or endospherical polyhedra.
Thorax conical; its base prolonged into three divergent, hollow, fenestrated cones, half as long as the thorax.
The suborder Prunoidea comprises those Spumellaria in which the fenestrated spherical shell appears prolonged into one axis.
Never in this order is there any trace of the latticed or fenestrated shell, which characterises the second order, Sphrellaria.
The Peltophracta exhibit a great variety in the form and composition of their twenty lattice-plates or fenestrated shields.
The large apical horn is branched and fenestrated in the latter and simple in the former.
Three horns short and stout, conical, fenestrated at the base.
Central capsule biconvex lenticular, enclosed in the fenestrated shell.
The internal boundary between the two is marked by a fenestrated, horizontal ring (not indicated in the figure).
fenestrated fen·es·trat·ed (fěn'ĭ-strā'tĭd) or fen·es·trate (fěn'ĭ-strāt', fĭ-něs'trāt')
Having fenestrae or windowlike openings.