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- cloud types groups all genera as high (cirro-, cirrus), middle (alto-), multi-level (nimbo-, ****ulo-, ****ulus), and low (strato-, stratus). These groupings...
- alto- while high-level variants of these same two forms carry the prefix cirro-. In both cases, strato- is dropped from the latter form to avoid double-prefixing...
- ISBN 92-63-10407-7. Retrieved 26 August 2014. Palmer, Chad (October 16, 2005). "****ulus clouds". USA Today. Retrieved 6 February 2011. Ahrens, C. Donald (January...
- strato****uliform clouds in the high level of the troposphere have the prefix cirro- added to their names yielding the genera cirrostratus and cirro****ulus...
- for hair. From this genus name, the prefix cirro- is derived and attached to the names of upper level ****ulus and stratus, yielding the names cirro****ulus...
- castell**** undulatus (on the center) Abbreviation Cc cas Symbol Genus Cirro- (curl) -****ulus (heaped) Species Castell**** (castle) Altitude Above 6,000 m (Above...
- lenticularis clouds, during a cold front Abbreviation Cc len Symbol Genus Cirro- (curl) -****ulus (heaped) Species lenticularis (lens-shaped) Altitude Above 6,000...
- Cirro****ulus stratiformis lacunosus cloud Abbreviation Cc la Symbol Genus Cirro- (curl) -****ulus (heaped) Variety lacunosus (full of gaps) Altitude Above 6,000 m...
- different genera of high-level clouds, all of which are given the prefix "cirro-". The other two genera are cirro****ulus and cirrostratus. High-level clouds...
- cirrus, cirro****ulus, and cirrostratus, all of which are given the prefix "cirro-". High-level clouds usually form above 6,100 m (20,000 ft). Cirro****ulus...