Cm Long

Some articles on cm long, cm, long:

Nepenthes Attenboroughii - Description - Leaves and Pitchers
... The leaves of rosettes are up to 30 cm long and 10 cm wide, whereas those of the scrambling stem are up to 40 cm long and 15 cm wide ... the stem by approximately two-thirds of its circumference and becoming decurrent for 2–3 cm ... are brittle and campanulate (bell-shaped), up to 30 cm tall and 16 cm wide and emerge from tendrils that are 30–40 cm long and 4–9 mm in diameter ...
Little Skate - Biology and Ecology - Reproduction
... Each roughly rectangular case contains a single fertilized egg and measures 4.4-6.3 cm (1.7-2.5 in) long and 3-4.5 cm (1.2-1.8 in) wide ... the egg case to the substrate the anterior horns are half as long as the case and curved inward, while the posterior horns are as long as the case and nearly straight ... The newborns measure 9.3-10.2 cm (3.7–4 in) long and are perfectly formed miniatures of the adults ...
Largest Organisms - Animals - Invertebrates - Mollusks (Mollusca)
... maximum size at 12 to 14 m (39–46 ft) long, based on analysis of smaller specimens ... It was later measured at 10 m (33 ft) long and 495 kg (1,091 lb) in weight ... The mantle alone can be 5 m (16 ft) long based on a transverse slice of the pen of one specimen ...
Salvia Miniata
... clear red, with an orange undertone, about 2.5 cm long ... The flowers grow in whorls on inflorescences up to 30 cm long ... glossy leaves measuring about 13 cm long and 5 cm wide ...
Salix Triandra - Description
... The leaves are broad, lanceolate, 4-11 cm long and 1-3 cm wide, with a serrated margin they are dull dark green above and green to glaucous-green below, with a 1–2-cm petiole with two conspicuous basal ... on separate trees the male catkins are 2.5–8 cm long, the female catkins 2–4 cm long ...

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