longitudinally and horizontally, from apex to apex of the cones, was a steel deck dividing the vessel into two equal parts.
In Buprestis, Molorchus, &c., they are only longitudinally folded.
Valves of equal breadth, much depressed, and longitudinally sulcated; the basal extremities approximating.
This shows again that water distends the cells laterally but not longitudinally.
At one part it was longitudinally constricted, and evidently possessed some branched and complicated internal vessel.
The geographical range of this fine bird is longitudinally extensive.
The surface is either smooth or longitudinally folded; and, as already stated, very apt to be deeply disintegrated.
The palatopterygoid soon becomes segmented into a transversely placed palatine, and a longitudinally placed pterygoid (fig. 340).
The membrane is longitudinally striped and covered with long and vibratile cilia.
Next are long wing-feathers of the war eagle, split and stuck on longitudinally in three places, as on an arrow shaft.
longitudinal lon·gi·tu·di·nal (lŏn'jĭ-tōōd'n-əl, -tyōōd'-)
Running in the direction of the long axis of the body or any of its parts.