- Latin palmātus (embroidered with palms) (Wiktionary)
“Splay hoofs and palmated antlers they knew, and they flung their customary patience and caution to the wind.”
“Photo By codynicker during my arizona 5b south archery hunt i was fortunate enough to take this beautiful palmated 7x7.”
“I let a palmated buck walk for two straight years.”
“That thing is like a cross between a moose and a deer the antlers are so palmated!”
“My favorite "Trophy" is an 9 point palmated w/6 perfect points on one side and 3 palms on the other it look's like a moose rack from the one side.”
“He had 8 gnarly tines with a slightly palmated left main beam.”
“His tallest tine is 10.5 inches and his left main beam is slightly palmated.”
“He was developing some interesting palmated antlers.”
“Yes | No | Report from fliphuntr14 wrote 10 weeks 6 days ago wow hes all palmated and gnarly!”
“Yes | No | Report from FairChase wrote 47 weeks 18 hours ago cjhart27 - From where I come from we know half-white or palmated deer are produced from in-breeding and are detremental to herd health.”
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