‹ Marking Markka ›
Meanings and phrases
- Their heads and long wings have black markings.
- The spider is sandy gray to brown with black markings.
- Their long wings have black markings, as does the head.
- The wings are maroon red with variable white markings.
- The genetics behind white markings in horses are complex.
- Occasionally white markings on the face and/or body and legs occur.
- Thorax is yellowish with dark brown markings.
- The centre lobe is linear to egg-shaped, wide with a few pale brown markings.
- Some variants of this fish have mort distinct brown markings as opposed to yellow.
- It has lectionary markings at the margin for liturgical reading.
- It contains scholia, lectionary markings were added by a later hand.
- In the 16th century lectionary markings were added at the margin (for liturgical use).
- It has two leaves and up to eight yellow flowers with dark markings on the dorsal sepal and labellum.
- The flowers are bright lemon-yellow with a few dark markings at the base of the dorsal sepal and labellum.
- Like all other species in its genus it is distinguished by its veined wings, and the dark markings in the center.
- It also may have yellow markings on its head.
- There are few distinctive yellow markings which are limited to the head and neck.
- The labellum is mauve or purple with some yellow markings, long and has three lobes.