Remains of the thin white test of the second stage may sometimes be seen on the pellicle.
Nuts are about average size for the species, of typical sweet flavor, and separate readily from the pellicle.
Next she spreads over her belly a pellicle of the same material, and ascends to the surface.
Broadview is vigorous, precocious, prolific, large with a pellicle too bitter for human consumption.
Colour of secretion, white, but seeming black, as the second pellicle shows through it.
Evaporate till a pellicle forms, then stir constantly, continuing the heat till the salt granulates.
First pellicle, comparatively large; the second almost fills the puparium.
This pellicle consists of shreds of dry gelatin containing the sensitive salts.
Coffee which still retains that pellicle is called in trade "grey coffee," and is lower priced than good clean sorts.
On the black, liquid honey a wrinkled pellicle is floating; and on this pellicle, motionless, is a yellow louse.
pellicle pel·li·cle (pěl'ĭ-kəl)
A thin skin or film on the surface of a liquid.