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floccus The Latin floccus, meaning ‘tuft’, used to describe filaments or hairs borne in tufts and having a woolly appearance. In meteorology, a species of cloud with a tufted appearance, the lower parts of which are rather ragged, often with virga. The species is most associated with cirrus, cirrocumulus, and altocumulus. See also cloud classification.

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floccus

floccus From the Latin floccus meaning ‘tuft’, a species of cloud with a tufted appearance, the lower parts of which are rather ragged, often with virga. The species is most associated with cirrus, cirrocumulus, and altocumulus. See also CLOUD CLASSIFICATION.

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floccus

floccus From the Latin floccus, meaning ‘tuft’, filaments or hairs borne in tufts and having a woolly appearance.

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floccus

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