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Minute rounded dots or spots of colour, or small elevations or depressions on a surface.
- ‘Some examples of the internal molds available for study display a microscopic honeycomb effect and rarely, fine projections resembling the internal sediment fillings of punctae.’
- ‘The Jingshan material of Dedzetina sp. differs from the two Bohemian species in having much stronger punctae and anterolateral bounding ridges of the ventral muscle field.’
- ‘Raised axial portions of the test bear small granules in contrast to smooth fixigenal areas with fine punctae.’
- ‘In the furrows and in the grooves between ‘straps,’ the carapace is smooth with fine punctae.’
- ‘This manoeuvre has the added benefit of inverting the punctae.’
Modern Latin (plural).
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