This little alga resembles a mushroom of the Agaricus variety or gilled species, and so is easily identified.
The Mexicans call these gilled larval Amblystoma axolotls, and use them for food.
The gilled salamander attains its full size, its sexual development, and reproduces itself without losing its gills.
This species is of a distinctly different character from the Agaracini or gilled mushrooms.
Continue to gill and comb by section until the entire sliver has been gilled and combed.
After combing, the wool is gilled again by machines known as finisher gill boxes, and wound into a ball called a top.
This gilled salamander generally remains in the water, with its aquatic organs of respiration, and also propagates itself there.
"organ of breathing in fishes," early 14c., of unknown origin, perhaps from a Scandinavian source, e.g. Old Norse giolnar which perhaps means "gills;" Old Danish -gæln (in fiske-gæln "fish gill"). Related: Gills.
liquid measure (commonly a half-pint), late 13c., from Old French gille, a wine measure, and directly from Medieval Latin gillo "earthenware jar," of uncertain origin.