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This cloud may either evaporate or disappear, or it may pass to the cirrus, or sink lower and become a cirro-stratus.
The Cirrus occurs in very great variety, and in some states of the air is constantly changing.
In dry weather the cirrus is sharp, defined, and fibrous in texture, the lines vanishing off in fine points.
Filling the vision to the south-west was Aurora Peak, in crisp silhouette against a glorious radiant of cirrus cloud.
Ventral tentacular cirrus of second somite of a thin or foliaceous and asymmetrical form.
Ventral tentacular cirrus of II of a thick, leaf-shaped form, sublanceolate in outline and much like the notocirri.
Lower tentacular cirrus about equalling a tentacle in length, the dorsal longer, both of similar form.
Each cirrus consists of a two-jointed pedicel, carrying two multiarticulated rami.
Each cirrus consists of a pedicel, having a long basal and a short upper segment, supporting two multiarticulate rami.
Sixth cirrus, in the same individual, thirty-four segments: on each of these segments there are five or six pairs of spines.

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