club-shaped


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Adj.1.club-shaped - shaped in the form of the black trefoil or clover leaf on some playing cards
formed - having or given a form or shape
2.club-shaped - shaped in the form of a club that is larger at one end
formed - having or given a form or shape
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Your fingernails are club-shaped, the ends of your fingers are broad and round, you've been a smoker for years, you have winter bronchitis and cannot walk far.
The hind pair have been all but lost and are present as small club-shaped organs known as halteres that assist with balance (clear in the photo).
Lung problems cause club-shaped nails, skin diseases cause pitting.
Basidia-slender and club-shaped, usually 5 spored with sterigmata 5[micro]m-6[micro]m long and dimensions of 75-85 [micro]m by 6-9 [micro]m.
Shape: Head round, antennae slender without scales, gradually clavate but without a distinct club-shaped, eyes large, maxillary palpi well developed, slightly compressed, proboscis long and highly coiled; thorax, fore wings simple, terminal margins never dentate or caudate, hind wings with terminal margin never dentate, cell closed, with patches of modified scales around the cell; legs with tibia as long as the femur with long hairs, in females wide and club-shaped, with four segments, all firmly joined together; abdomen slender.
He may come out of this with a fine, some jail time, and possibly, a court order forbidding him from coming within 100 feet of a lizard or other sorta club-shaped animal.
Third, in early larvae, the mouth is approximately opposite the following right-side structures: the club-shaped gland (cg in Fig.
It hammers its prey in the Indian Ocean with a pair of club-shaped claws.
These include split brow tines (one with an easy-to-identify crab claw), clusters of points protruding upward and outward and a club-shaped drop tine off the left main beam.
quinquesetosum belongs to the subgenus Tripodura for its club-shaped superior volsella without an apical projection, a broad anal point, superior volsella covered with microtrichia and with setae on distal parts of the outer and inner margin, but the wings lack dark markings and the wing membrane lacks setae.
The large, club-shaped larvae make a "sawing" sound as they feed inside piles of pine logs.