Alces machlis, the Elk or Moose, is a circumpolar species with palmated antlers and is of large size.
His wide, palmated antlers were laid back over his shoulders.
Head and skull as in Soricidæ, but with palmated feet and compressed tail, as in Myogalidæ.
The brow tine and the next or bez tine are also palmated and are directed forwards and a little downwards.
These are, or may be, included in the palmated class, as they are evidently woven for triumphal occasions.
I will only point out now that neither of the deer with palmated antlers properly belongs to the Turbiferous series.
They are rounded below, but in the upper part slightly flattened or palmated.
The rocks were fringed with grasses and wild flowers; the cliffs were softened by palmated leaves and gorgeous shrubs.
The roots are black and palmated, and about a foot in breadth.
Wood-choppers have been interrupted by the apparition of a huge, palmated head through a thicket.
palmate pal·mate (pāl'māt', päl'-, pä'māt') or pal·mat·ed (-mā'tĭd)
Having a shape similar to that of a hand with the fingers extended.