glabella, the middle or frontal protuberance of the superciliary arch.
In this first blind endeavor I got, of course, no clew to Woodsia glabella.
White curved line painted across forehead, and dots below outer ends thereof, on glabella, and outside orbits.
An oval, cream-coloured spot with red centre, an inch in greatest length, over the glabella.
Some of the men are tattooed with a blue dot on the glabella, or vertical mid-frontal line.
One individual only is noted as having been tattooed, with a circular mark just above his glabella.
The neck furrow is narrow and sharply impressed, continuing across the glabella with a slightly backward curvature.
The base, facial bones and part of the left brow ridge and glabella are gone.
Although the two common species of Woodsia were near at hand, Woodsia glabella was still eluding my search.
Among the specimens of Woodsia glabella brought away were a few which I judged to belong to a different species.
glabella gla·bel·la (glə-běl'ə)
n. pl. gla·bel·lae (-běl'ē)
The smooth area between the eyebrows just above the nose.
The most forward projecting point of the forehead in the midline of the supraorbital ridges. Also called mesophryon.