Origin of dimerous
Examples from the Web for dimerous
Historical Examples of dimerous
Dimerous insects are those that have two joints in all their tarsi.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4)
So in fuchsias, a very common deviation consists in a trimerous and rarely a dimerous symmetry of the flower.Vegetable Teratology
Maxwell T. Masters
Darwin afterwards gave a doubtful explanation of this, and concluded that the ovary is dimerous.More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II
Dimerous and tetramerous symmetry occur also among dicotyledons.
Thus fig. 38 shows a pentamerous symmetrical flower, with dimerous pistil.