Axillar



an axillary feather.
Historical Examples

Any doubt arising as to which species a specimen may belong can easily be settled by an examination of the axillar plumes.
Game Birds and Game Fishes of the Pacific Coast Harry Thom Payne

The scales are large, with a long dorsal bract, and fall from the axillar spindle of the cone in the spring of the second year.
Woodland Gleanings Charles Tilt

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