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Varieties

(Section 2.2.2.3)

Varieties are the arrangements of the macroscopic elements and the degree of transparency of the genera. The following points apply:

  • A given cloud may bear the names of different varieties, which means that varieties are not mutually exclusive
  • The exceptions to this are the varieties translucidus and opacus, both of which are mutually exclusive
  • On the other hand, certain varieties may be present in several genera
  • The fact that a number of varieties has been established does not imply that a specific cloud must necessarily receive the name of one or more of those varieties
P.1.8

(Ci) intortus

P.1.10

(Ci) vertebratus

P.5.4

(As) undulatus

P.1.9

(Ci) radiatus

P.2.6

(Cc) lacunosus

P.4.10

(Ac) duplicatus

P.4.7

(Ac) translucidus

P.4.8

(Ac) perlucidus

P.4.9

(Ac) opacus

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