orangish


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of the color between red and yellow

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Morphological characteristics of isolated bacteria Lab Name Configuration Margin Elevation Color Isolate 1 Round Smooth convex bluish Cream Isolate 2 Irregular Lobate umbonate yellowish Isolate 3 Round Smooth drop like yellowish Isolate 4 Round Smooth flat creamy white Isolate 5 Punchi form Smooth convex yellow Isolate 6 Round Smooth raised orangish Isolate 7 Round Smooth convex white Isolate 8 Round Smooth drop like yellow glossy Isolate 9 Spindle Smooth flat thick white Lab Name Size in mm Isolate 1 3 mm Isolate 2 2-3 mm Isolate 3 1 mm Isolate 4 2 mm Isolate 5 Pinpoint Isolate 6 1 -2 mm Isolate 7 1 mm Isolate 8 1 mm Isolate 9 2 mm
In addition to the above, positive observations were reported to the Section by Damian Peach, Nick Quinn, Richard Fleet and Ian Sharp from southern England; Peter Carson from cloudy Essex; Martin Willock from York; Steve Johnston in central England (visual, remarking on its orangish hue); Jay Tate from Spaceguard UK, mid-Wales; Dave Storey from the Isle of Man; Roy Tillcock from the Isle of Wight; David Strange and Steve Bullen from southwest England; Ray Emery and Alex Pratt (who obtained a video record timed to 0.
I had bought a couple dozen azalea bushes (Snow White variety), 20 boxwoods, some more azaleas (Pride of Mobile, this time), and as many little trays of a nifty little orangish flower called "impatiens" as I could carry.
Coloration of dorsal apical band is rufous red with a wide subapical buffy orangish band on head and neck region especially; darkest on tail membrane.
Alex finds Marina in a hallway (dark wallpaper lit by orangish lamps) leading to one of the manor's many bathrooms, spitting at herself in a floor--to--ceiling mirror.
DESCRIPTION: COLORATION: Mostly fuscous, occasionally head and pronotum, and markings on forewings paler, mostly orangish brown.
One of the lamp posts, seems to be taken when the sun was setting; the round globes of the lamps seem to shimmer in the orangish, green light.
The headman, Lapong Bala, wears a chawat [loincloth], bemedaled penghulu-type shirt, and a lovely orangish bearskin (?
she said, tucking strands of orangish hair beneath her straw hat.
The eight-year-old moggie lacks a coat but has a tuft of orangish fur, which covers his chest in pleated waves.
You should not be able to feel oil or see an orangish brown residue on any of the places called out to be cleaned.
Soon rust-colored (orangish red to orangish brown) fruiting bodies burst through the cuticle.
Room accessories in shades of blue are a pleasant contrast against the vivid orangish hues, and they complement the antique mirror above the desk.
Yes, it is yellow (with some greenish or orangish tones), a fact which makes this pocket, found late in 2006, most unusual, for nearly all Ojuela mimetite which we are accustomed to seeing is olive-green, and specked with small yellow wulfenite crystals.