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situated laterally

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CONTRIBUTOR'S GUIDELINES FOR HERBERTIA
... (4. 4) cm long, green in bud, yellow at anthesis, rarely orange or pink, compressed laterally giving the perianth a somewhat flattened appearance; tube sub-cylindrical, 5-7 mm long, ca ... of them situated laterally, one dorsally; inner tepals 20-26 (34) mm long, obtuse, oblanceolate-spatulate, margins undulate at the middle, 2 of them ca. 9. 5 mm wide and situated laterally above the ...
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Herring Biology - What is a herring?
... background images for sizing. Side View | Top View |   Mouth | Spineless Fins Their pelvic fins are situated on their abdomen well to the rear of their pectoral fins. Unlike many other fish ... " running along the belly. Streamlined for swimming, the herring body is relatively deep and flattened laterally (side-to-side), with a distinctly forked tail (caudal fin). Turn an Atlantic herring sideways ...
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Key to Native and Naturalized Genera of Ingeae
... not, or not exclusively, arising from brachyblasts.........................Havardia. 9. First petiolar nectary situated exactly between proximal pinna-pair; lft-venation palmate, or in smallest lfts ... septa; seeds obese, reddish- brown......................................Ebenopsis 12. Pod leathery or papery, laterally compressed, unilocular; seeds otherwise. 13. All or most capitula racemose or ...
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NUT TREE GROWING IN KENTUCKYtc
... are on one year old branches. Female or nutlet flowers resemble miniature nuts and are situated at the ends of young shoot tips. The stigma is at the tip of the ... the spring and the flowers are damaged by late spring frosts. Varieties that bear nuts laterally as opposed to just terminally tend to produce better in frost years. Poor shell structure ...
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