carminate

car·mi·nate

(kar'mi-nāt),
A red salt of carminic acid.
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Walliser (1964) described the morphospecies Spathognathodus inclinatus posthamatus from the Ludlow of Cellon (Carnic Alps) to include carminate elements with a narrow platform along the entire length of both sides of the elements.
An ozarkodinid characterized by a small platform developed on both sides of the blade in P1 (carminate to carminiplanate) and P2 (angulate to anguliplanate) elements and with the ovoidal/polygonal partly inverted basal cavity.
An ozarkodinid with P1 (carminate to carminiplanate) and P2 (angulate to anguliplanate) elements characterized by a small platform developed along the whole element on both sides of the blade.
n) Socio-Educational Association in carminate leading a school and a kindergarten in carmine in accordance with the conditions contained in the Terms of Reference hereinafter referred to as "Terms of Reference".
Carminate [P.sub.1] element with two kinds of denticles, high triangular denticles in the anterior part and discrete denticles in the posterior part.
[P.sub.1] element: carminate, blade rather high, with 10-13 needle-like denticles that are bigger in the posterior end, the biggest being situated above the basal cavity.