denticulate

[ den-tik-yuh-lit, -leyt or den-tik-yuh-ley-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF denticulate
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Pores irregular, roundish, with denticulate margin, twice to four times as broad as the bars; eight to twelve on the radius.

Differs from C. variabilis in denticulate edge of gills and sp.

Denticulate, furnished with denticulations, or little teeth.

Pinnse oblong; the lower distant segments oblong, denticulate, separated by wide sinuses.

The well-defined calyculus is narrowed below and eroded or denticulate above.

Among the Lemurs the incisors are denticulate, and serve to clean the fur in a comb-like fashion.

The leaves are also smaller than those of that species; obovate, lanceolate, denticulate, and very mealy underneath.

Bristles of the pappus naked (not plumose), merely rough or denticulate.

Feet very slender, with three denticulate edges, widely divergent and curved like the quadrant of a circle.

Basal mouth armed with longer, divergent, denticulate spines.

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