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    Identification of antler

    • Last Update: 2022-06-22
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    Antler CERVI CORNU PANTOTRICHUM

    [Source] This product is the young horns of the stag of Cervus nippon Temminck or Ceru elaphus Linnaeus of the deer family
    .
    The former is often called "flower antler" and the latter is called "horse antler"

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    The antler is removed in summer and autumn, and after processing, it is dried or dried in the shade

    .

    【Properties】

    1.
    Flower velvet antler has cylindrical branches, one branch is commonly called "two bars", the main branch is commonly called "big Ting", 17-20cm long, 4-5cm diameter of the saw, and it branches out about 1cm away from the saw.
    The lateral branches, commonly called "menzhuang", are 9-15cm long, with a larger diameter and a slightly smaller diameter

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    The outer skin is reddish-brown or brown, and more shiny, with dense red-yellow or brown-yellow hairs on the surface, dense upper end and sparse lower end; there is a gray-black vein between the bifurcations, and the skin is close to each other

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    The cut is yellow and white, with no bones on the periphery, and dense pores in the middle

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    Those with two branches, commonly known as "three forks", are big and long 23-33cm long, slightly arched, slightly flattened in diameter than the two bars, slightly pointed at the ends, and have longitudinal ribs and protruding bumps at the lower part; Red-yellow, with thin and thick hairs (Figure 18-11)

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    Light body

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    The smell is slightly fishy and the taste is slightly salty

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    Figure 18-11 Antler
    A.
    Antler section B.
    Antler

    The second stubble is similar to the first stubble, but it is quite long and not round or thick at the bottom and thin at the top, with longitudinal ribs on the bottom
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    The skin is gray-yellow, the hair is rough, and the periphery of the saw cut is mostly ossified

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    The body is heavier

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    No smell

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    2.
    Red antler is thicker than flower antler and has more branches.
    One side branch is usually called "single door", two side branches are called "lotus", three side branches are called "Sancha", and four side branches are called "four.
    " Cha" or more

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    According to the place of origin, it is divided into "East Horse Deer Antler" and "West Horse Deer Antler"

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    3.
    Dongma antler "single door" is 25~27cm long and about 3cm in diameter

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    The outer skin is gray-black, hairy gray-brown or gray-yellow, the saw-cut surface has thicker skin, gray-black, densely pores in the middle, and tender; the "Lotus" is large and can grow up to 33cm, with ribs on the lower part, and the saw-cut surface is small in honeycomb shape.
    The pores are slightly larger; the "Sancha" has darker skin and older quality; the "Sicha" has thick and sparse hairs, with ribs and lumps on the lower part of the big legs, and many hairless branches at the top, which is commonly called "twisted head"

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    4.
    The velvet antler is quite large and does not have a net, the top is round and flat, and the length is 30-100cm

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    The surface is ribbed, mostly shrunken and shriveled, with long and curved branches, thick and long hairs, gray or dark gray

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    The cut is darker, and bones are common

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    Stinky, salty

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    【Character identification characteristics】

    Flower antler:

    (1) Cylindrical branches
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    (2) The antlers are bifurcated, and the starting point of the second fork is far away from the eyebrow fork
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    (3) Those with one branch are often called "two bars"
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    (4) The main support is called "Da Ting" and is 17-20cm long
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    (5) Lateral branches are branched out about 1cm away from the saw cut, which is commonly called "menzhuang"
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    (6) Those with two branches are often called "Sancha", and they are 23 to 33 cm long
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    (7) The outer skin is reddish-brown or brown, and more shiny
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    (8) The surface is densely covered with red-yellow or brown-yellow fine hairs, dense at the upper end and sparse at the lower end
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