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lappets

lobe-like structures, e.g. the wattles of a fowl.
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Lateral lappets are absent and there are sixteen ventral shields.
1-6): "Alatina with tall, narrow bell, flared at base, tapering into truncated pyramid at apex; 4 crescentric gastric phacellae at interradial corners of stomach; 3 simple to palmate branching velarial canals per octant, each with a velarial lappet bearing a row of 3 to 4 nematocyst warts; 4 long, wing-like (sensu Reynaud, 1830) pedalia, each with a pink tentacle.
In some documents, it appears more likely that nun moths (Lymantria monacha) rather than pine-tree lappets were described.
She had prominent lappets at the base of her ears and a keeled calcar (Czaplewski, 1983), leading us to identify her as Allen's lappet-browed bat (Idionycteris phyllotis).
Their work is extraordinary and inspired by a collection of antique lace lappets, a form of head-dress popular in the 18th century.
In terms of its external morphology there are no cephalic lappets or laterally expanded snout flanges, nor is a right post-ocular peduncle evident, and the ctenidium is monopectinate (Herbert unpubl.
Narrow unpigmented submarginal stripe along length of fin, distally pale brown lappets and margin of soft portion.
In contrast, we observed no stomach or mouth, nor were able to observe reproducible structures that might be interpreted as gonads, tentacles, lappets or oral arms.
The colourful cock also has vivid scarlet-red facial skin, throat, two lappets and heavily dented fleshy crest (comb), and red or white ear patches on the sides of the head (Delacour, 1951; Animal Diversity Web, 2006; Wild Singapore, 2006).
He writes leniently: "Oklahoma fell silent, the Baltic froze/From Kafka's offices came glassy gentlemen/The narrowing lappets of your Irish coat closed around you/Your blue-eyed childlike festinator to the future, Ivar" (Talvet, Estonian Elegy 61).
His eyes aimed at the arcade vault, he waited; he wore a cape with lappets and a double row of buttons like some bureaucrat, had large rainspout-like shirt cuffs and his shirt collar was as loose as if it had been a hand-me-down from some fat man; in general his clothes looked ill-fitting on him.
The artist and subject are unknown, but a few deductions can nevertheless be made: The woman's headband, the beaded and brass lappets hanging from her hair, and especially the looping pattern of beadwork on the front of the amauti, are a close match with details in the Dance portrait of Caubvick.