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Whorl question

Post  mooky on Wed Apr 06, 2011 10:14 pm

I think I am right in saying that two triradii is a requirement in identifying a whorl fingerprint. When I look at my fingers I believe I am seeing whorls. But, on several of my fingers I am having trouble locating them. I think that this is due to several factors. The triradius is way off on the side of my fingertip. And, multiple fine lines that are not dermal ridges themselves, obscure the ridge patterns in the area I think the triradius should exist at.

Is there a method for determining where the triradius is based on following ridge patterns over into that area? I struggled with producing decent photographs and ink prints of the area. I finally picked up a No. 6B pencil and used the tape method I read about here in the forum.

Can someone have a look and give me some feedback or ideas?

Right hand, 3rd (middle) finger



Any help or comments would be appreciated.



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