Origin of fenestrated
Examples from the Web for fenestrated
Historical Examples of fenestrated
Never in this order is there any trace of the latticed or fenestrated shell, which characterises the second order, Sphrellaria.
The suborder Prunoidea comprises those Spumellaria in which the fenestrated spherical shell appears prolonged into one axis.
In these four subfamilies the concentric shells are all simple (not spongy) fenestrated spheres or endospherical polyhedra.
The Peltophracta exhibit a great variety in the form and composition of their twenty lattice-plates or fenestrated shields.
From its upper half there arise three pyramidal wings, half as long, fenestrated at the base and nearly horizontally divergent.