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Automorphe (Fr); Idiomorph (Ge); Euhédrico (Sp); Идиоморфизм (Ru); 自形 (Ja).

A crystal is called euhedral if it i bounded by sharp, easily recognised faces. The opposite term is anhedral. An intermediate texture with some faces well formed is termed subhedral.

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