Top 10 similar words or synonyms for scarcely_perceptible

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for scarcely_perceptible

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Glyphidocera perobscura The wingspan is about 12 mm. The forewings are brownish fuscous, with a scarcely perceptible indication of three darker discal spots. The hindwings are rather paler than the forewings, brownish fuscous.
Choristella lateral, and a much broader second lateral one with correspondingly broad, more pointed hook. Beyond, three, about equal, much narrower, somewhat sickle-shaped, marginal ones with a small triangular, scarcely perceptible, platelike one on the outer edge.
Compsolechia balia scarcely perceptible darker medio-costal spot, and a tornal shade diffused outward and upward, and a small spot above the middle of the termen. The hindwings are pale chocolate-brown.
Sini San Wan Si Ni Tang () is a brown pill used in Traditional Chinese medicine to "dispel cold and cause restoration upon collapse". It tastes sweet and pungent. It is used upon "collapse with cold sweat, cold limbs, diarrhea with fluid stool containing undigested food, and scarcely perceptible pulse".
Gertrude Atherton In an essay for "Bookman", Frederic Taber Cooper stated that in "Senator North", the character Harriet "is practically a white woman but for a scarcely perceptible blueness at the base of her fingernails, this character of Harriet is perhaps the best bit of feminine analysis that Mrs. Atherton ever did."
Shengmai Wan Shengmai Wan () is a brown pill used in Traditional Chinese medicine to "replenish qi, restore normal pulse, nourish yin and promote the production of body fluids". It is aromatic and tastes sour, sweet and slightly bitter. It is used where there is "deficiency of qi and yin marked by cardiac palpitation, shortness of breath, scarcely perceptible pulse and spontaneous sweating".
Agnippe leuconota Adults are similar to "Agnippe prunifoliella", but that species has a small white spot on the base of the costa of the forewings, a distinct white costal spot just before the cilia, and a white streak in the apex, all of which are absent in "leuconota". In "prunifoliella", the white of the dorsal margin sends three large almost triangular projections into the brown, but in this species there are three scarcely perceptible emarginations only. Adults are on wing from May to August.
Choristella leptalea The radula contains numerous rows of delicate colored, rather stout, non-serrate teeth, with thirteen in each row. The radula shows a very small central or median tooth with rather long, strongly curved tip, placed a little above and alternating somewhat with the rest of the series; on either side, one broad strongly hooked lateral, and a much broader second lateral one with correspondingly broad, more pointed hook; beyond, three, about equal, much narrower, somewhat sickle-shaped, marginal ones with a small triangular, scarcely perceptible, platelike one on the outer edge.
Helcystogramma melantherella The wingspan is 12.5-13 mm. The forewings are deep purplish brown, nearly black, with a satin luster. There is a short black streak before the middle of the wing, near the dorsal margin, edged anteriorly and posteriorly with a few white scales. There is also a small round black dot at the end of the cell, slightly edged posteriorly with white. A scarcely perceptible, outwardly angulated, narrow fascia of a paler shade is found at the apical fourth, terminating in a yellowish costal streak. The hindwings are dark purplish grey.
Columbian ground squirrel Columbian ground squirrels in Alberta hibernate around 250 days a year, with only 69–94 days of activity observed. The amount of time active varies depending on local climate as well as variations in behavior of animals of different sexes and ages. During hibernation, the squirrels are positioned vertically in a tight ball. The temperature drops significantly, the heart rate slows and respirations are scarcely perceptible. The first group to emerge are the adult males, followed by adult females, yearlings, then juveniles. Animals at higher elevations and latitudes emerge later. They emerge from hibernation and start breeding earlier at low elevations.