The new diagnosis also describes the shape of setae, which can be crenulated, barbulate or palmate
A) Style; (B) Tylostyle; (C) Acanthostyle; (D) Toxas; (E) Rhaphidiform toxa; (F) Palmate
Probably antler was regarded as valuable material and all parts of it--beam, palmate
, tines and tine tips--were used for making artefacts (Fig.
is a smooth creeper plant, with a cylindrical stalk and palmate
leaves consisting of five to seven lobules; its big oblong flowers have white sepals skimmed with blue on the inside and a greenish white on the outside; petals are rosy blue on both sides.
Leaves lobed, main leaf veins palmate
Acer (Maple) and reaching margin 3b.
Initially, she was faithful to the language of form of her ceramic pieces but she quickly developed a language of her own with palmate
forms that were cut and polished after being blown and cooled.
The real soap, nicknamed "Aleppo's green gold," is made only from olive and laurel oil, water and sodium palmate
, a natural ingredient that hardens the mixture.
Today, its distinctive spotted tan coat and impressive palmate
antlers make it a popular subject for the lens.
and returned us to shore, where the afternoon waited palmate
For balance, let the cure-all mallow swing a musky, heretical incense from its upraised palmate
Leaves are palmate
and star-shaped and, if you grew up back East, will remind you of those seen on the unrelated American chestnut.
This stunning blend of vibrant pastel shades has remarkable palmate