Carnic

Car´nic

    (kär´nĭk)
a.1.(Physiol. Chem.) Of or pertaining to flesh;
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Walliser (1964) described the morphospecies Spathognathodus inclinatus posthamatus from the Ludlow of Cellon (Carnic Alps) to include carminate elements with a narrow platform along the entire length of both sides of the elements.
(1994): Reptile remains from the Middle-Upper Triassic of the Carnic and Julian Alps (Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Northeastern Italy).
In Volume 4, Keaton works to uncover the identity of a traitor who condemned thousands of his fellow Roma people to extermination in Nazi death camps; comes to the unlikely aid of a South African expatriate; mounts a last-ditch defense against an avalanche in Italy's Carnic Alps; becomes embroiled in a plot of murder and revenge between members of the I.R.A.
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In particular, a study conducted in the Carnic Alps (De Franceschi 1992) reported that the percentage of alpenrose and blueberry in the diet of rock ptarmigan increase from September to December.
& Privitera, M.--2013b--Syntaxonomy, life forms and life strategies of the bryophyte vegetation of the Carnic Alps (NE Italy)--Nova Hedwigia 96 (3-4): 325-349.
He quickly adapted tactical, communications, security, and logistical tactics and techniques to that portion of the Carnic Alps which was his unit's area of operation, with great success.
nubivaga is recorded from Italy by Pesarini (1995), di Franco (1997), and Trotta (2005) supposedly after the records published by Caporiacco (1926) who identified one female and one male (not described) from Carnic Alps (province of Udine, Forno Avoltri, ric.
2017), Wenlock of Gotland, Sweden (Peel & Jeppsson 2006), and Ludlow of Bohemia, Czech Republic (Pokorny 1978a) and the Carnic Alps, Austria (Dzik 1994b).