Staghorn Pattern

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A pattern seen by low-power light microscopy, which consists of multiple sharply-branched and jagged vessels, classically seen in hemangiopericytoma, as well as in Kaposi sarcoma, synovial sarcoma, mesenchymal chondrosarcoma, leiomyosarcoma, leiomyoma and myofibromatosis
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Currently the cameras can only discriminate deer from hogs or turkey but insiders tell us we are only a year or two away from the cameras actually detecting individuals based on things like antler pattern. Imagine the day when, "Yep, old #27-994Ais on the move!" becomes part of our normal hunting banter.
The living room curtains stylized antler pattern. and the children's rooms include bright yellow barn doors.
Adult Antler Moths - named after the antler pattern on the males' wings - drop eggs from their wings on to upland pastures especially in acid soil areas.