semilunate


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semilunate

Semilunar.
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Now, the new data obtained by the Vargas lab has revealed the first developmental evidence that the bird semilunate was formed by the fusion of the two dinosaur bones.
Like scombrids, bluefish are streamlined and have elliptical body cross sections, but their tails are flexible and semilunate, suited for burst swimming as well.
Leaves 6-9 in number, rigid, thick, persistent, rosulate, curved; sheaths broadly semilunate, to 2 cm high, 5 cm wide, light brown inside, dark castaneous, lustrous, glabrous outside, the upper margins serrate with short spines; blades oblong-triangular, long attenuate, filiform at the apex, 17-33 cm long, 2.