noun, plural pa·ta·gi·a [puh-tey-jee-uh] /pəˈteɪ dʒi ə/.
- pat. off.,
- pat. pend.,
- patagonian hare,
- patagonian toothfish,
Origin of patagium
Examples from the Web for patagium
Patagium incomplete, with concave chamber-rows and irregular network, only enveloping the basal half of the arms.
Patagium incomplete, enveloping only the basal half of the arms, forming a regular square with concave sides.
Patagium nearly complete, enveloping four-fifths of the arms, with four to five concave chamber-rows.
Patagium complete, enveloping the whole disk with the arms, and forming a larger elliptical disk of looser framework.
Patagium nearly complete with four to five concave chamber-rows.