Scapulars and tertials elongated, grey with black edgings, tertials drooping and partly obscuring tail. Back, rump, long uppertail-coverts and tail blackish. Upperwing pale grey on forewing, with iridescent green speculum bordered white in front and, narrowly, tO rear, and primaries greyish-black; underwing pale grey, lesser. A speculum is a medical tool for investigating body orifices, with a form dependent on the orifice for which it is designed. In old texts, the speculum may also be referred to as a diopter or dioptra. Like an endoscope, a speculum allows a view inside the body; endoscopes, however, tend to have optics while a speculum is. Grey and white vermiculated upperparts show black- and white- edged tertials and white coverts. In flight, shows a white covert patch and a black-bordered dark green speculum. Females grey-brown on head with a dull, warm brown breast and flanks, a white belly and a spotted whitish undertail. Brownish upperparts show.
Speculum - Ladyboy (audio) 16 Jan The size and color of the speculum varies between species, and any borders that frame the patch can also vary. For example, some of the most colorful speculums of familiar duck species include: Mallard: bright blue-purple speculum with a black border all around and white borders on the upper and lower. Speculum is a blackish green tipped with white. Tertials are same brown as basic body color with lighter buff edges. Head has a greenish to off-white color with streaked face pattern of black/brown. Crown is darker with a dark area extending from bill through the eyes; chin, throat, and under base of bill are off-white. The Sklar Black™ Graves Vaginal Speculum is used for laser gynecological procedures. It is a double blade duckbill speculum inserted with the blades closed. The blades are then opened by an external lever and screw. The Graves Speculum has wider blades than the Pederson Speculum and the practitioner can best.