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A lightly buit animal, the impala stands 75—100 centimetres (2956—39 inches)
at the shoulder. It has a golden to reddish-brown coat, white underparts, a vertical
black stripe on each thigh, and a black tuft behind each hind hoof. The male has
Lucernaria, which grows to a diameter of 6 centimetres (2% inches) occurs in the
North Atlantic Ocean. Haliclystus, which attains a width of 3 centimetres, occurs in
European coastal waters and in the Atlantic and Pacific coastal waters of North ...
Leaves are about 75 centimetres (30 inches) long, 25 centimetres (10 inches)
wide, and grow in circular clusters. Characteristic of the genus are curved or
horseshoe-shaped sporeproducing clusters (sori) that are covered by a frin ed, ...
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