noun, plural ga·le·ae [gey-lee-ee]. /ˈgeɪ liˌi/.
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Columella enclosed in the dorsal wall of the galea, prolonged into an oblique pyramidal spine of the same length.
Two anterior (or pectoral) tubes arise from the two frontal corners of the galea basis, and diverge forwards to right and left.
The valves bear neither an apical latticed cupola or galea, nor hollow radial tubes.
The maxillæ; end in a tridentate lacinia as usual, though the palpi and galea I have not yet studied.Our Common Insects|Alpheus Spring Packard
Galea hemispherical, with a short conical horn, about as large as the roundish cephalis and half as large as the ovate thorax.