The Eta Carinae Nebula doesn't just appear farther from the galactic center than M16 does--it actually is farther, because it lies along the outcurving portion of the spiral arm, whereas M16 lies along the incurving
of the terminal phalanges of the fifth fingers (osteochondrosis?
Note that we have below no hint of the incurving
ends suggested by Shima's [?
Common apomorphic features mentioned by Bradler (2009) are the strongly shortened subgenital plate of females, which merely covers the bases of the gonapophyses, reduced vomer, lack of paired ventral thorn pads on the posterior margin of the anal segment and enlarged cerci of males, which are incurving
and have an interobasal protuberance.
7-13 cm long, 13-16 mm wide, white or pale green, abaxial sparsely glandular, naked, broadly rounded and then obtuse, strongly involute at 2/3 from base, imbricate and incurving
toward the apex showing the anthers and stigma below it, recurved at apex; stamens to 13 cm long, equal in length; filaments slender, subterate, hyalin-whithish; anthers ca.
On Erromango, Bedford has reconstructed a 1000-year sequence, starting with Lapita, continuing with globular outcurving Ponamla wares, characterized at the start by mostly plain pots before the development of multiple incised and fingernail motifs, and then the mostly globular incurving
chrysanthemums are deal for cut flowers.
It forms a dense head of white florets surrounded by a few incurving
Type 2 (hereafter, TT 2) "is a large bowl with a knobbed or short everted rim instead of the usual lipless rim and, sometimes, a slightly incurving
upper body" (Fig.
The Warkworth chrysanthemum will be an incurving
medium-flowering golden yellow variety.
The abnormalities could be as minor as an incurving
fifth finger, low-set ears, asymmetry, or syndactyly.
25m (4ft) high x 30cm (12in) wide - a very well-known and particularly striking-looking flower, with large, bright orange, spotted flowers with incurving
petals that make a ball shape and long, curving stamens like tiger's whiskers.