Consisting of two parts or segments, as the tarsus in certain insects.(adjective)
Botany Having flower parts, such as petals, sepals, and stamens, in sets of two.(adjective)
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Use "dimerous" in a sentence
"Again, it may be remarked that many of these orders show a tendency towards a regular diminution of the assumed normal number of their parts; thus, among _Onagraceæ_, _Circeia_ and _Lopezia_ may be referred to, the former normally dimerous, the latter having only one perfect petal."
"So in fuchsias, a very common deviation consists in a trimerous and rarely a dimerous symmetry of the flower."
"Regular dimerous flower of _Calanthe vestita_ 402 199."