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- where secondary veins curve near the margin without joining adjacent secondary veins. Pinnate 2. Parallelodromous (parallel-veined, parallel-ribbed, parallel-nerved...
- found in South Asia and Africa. In Africa, it is also known as the brown-veined white, and is well known during summer and autumn when large numbers migrate...
- slender, slightly curved hooks along the top, and the last two abdominal segments have a single, rear-facing spine on every side. Red-veined meadowhawk naiads...
- Lingual membrane is with peculiarly shaped teeth, with long, narrow, curving, base of attachment, and low, transverse, multifid cusp. The animal has...
- Aeromachus stigmata, the veined scrub hopper, is a skipper, a type of butterfly in the family Hesperiidae. The species was first described by Frederic...
- Siona lineata, the black-veined moth, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species was first described by Giovanni Antonio Scopoli in his 1763 Entomologia...
- oval leaves up to 15 cm (6 in) long. Each leaf is deeply veined lengthwise with three curved lines. Round clusters of tiny white flowers are produced...
- of inflorescence. Male flowers occur in long clusters and have curving, brown-veined petals about 3 millimeters long. Female flowers are solitary in...
- red-orange flowers. The calyx is formed of a long tube, red at the base, veined with yellowish green (or green spotted with reddish brown), with four very...
- exhibit flexibility in the use of tools. At least four individuals of the veined octopus (Amphioctopus marginatus) have been observed retrieving discarded...