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Sometimes they are quite straight, but most commonly recurved, so as to form a hook.
The outer petals are grandly recurved, forming a fine contrast to the Camellia-like inner petals.
The outer webs of the outer primaries are recurved, forming a series of hooks.
WESTERN BIRD GUIDECHESTER A. (CHESTER ALBERT) REED, HARRY F. HARVEY, AND REX I. BRASHER
These animals are generally provided with a large cylindrical proboscis, and the tongue has recurved teeth.
THE SEA SHOREWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
The margins are very much recurved, so that the pinnæ are pod-like, and either sub-cylindrical or somewhat moniliform.
BEAUTIFUL FERNSDANIEL CADY EATON
Each pinnule has its edges so much recurved that the whole forms a sort of pouch, apparently filled with sporangia.
BEAUTIFUL FERNSDANIEL CADY EATON
The margin is continuously recurved to form a rather broad involucre, and the very edge is somewhat thinner and whiter.
BEAUTIFUL FERNSDANIEL CADY EATON
The margin is recurved all around, and is beset with numerous very long spines.
THE SEA-BEACH AT EBB-TIDEAUGUSTA FOOTE ARNOLD
The sori have indusia, but this is hidden by the margin of the pinnules, which are recurved.
HOW TO KNOW THE FERNSS. LEONARD BASTIN
White, about 50 recurved "aigrette" plumes grow from back between the wings; legs black, feet yellow.

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