Chronowendigo (Unregistered Guest)
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|Posted on Sunday, March 13, 2016 - 11:52 am: ||
I have all three across both hands. Werid as it is.
|Posted on Saturday, January 22, 2005 - 09:32 pm: ||
Yes, it is common to have different patterns on the fingers of one hand. The reason is because each finger develops individually. During fetal development, factors across the surface of each finger determine how the ridges will align. Some may form loops, others may form whorls or arches. Some people have all of one pattern. But in addition to pattern uniqueness, individual details within the patterns are always different. Even though a person has all loops, each loop is different from the others based on individual unique details.
|Posted on Saturday, January 22, 2005 - 04:54 pm: ||
Is it common to have more than one type of fingerprint pattern on a hand? Why does a person have more than one type of fingerprint pattern on a hand?
Gary W. Jones
|Posted on Thursday, March 29, 2001 - 01:42 pm: ||
There are three (3) basic pattern types, which are the 1. Arch 2. Loop and 3. Whorl. These basic pattern types can appear in any combination on the 10 fingers; from all of one type to a combination of all three.
The loop is the most common, representing about 65% of the pattern types; followed by the whorl at 30% and the arch at 5%.
|Posted on Thursday, March 29, 2001 - 10:44 am: ||
I was wondering if an individual can have different types of fingerprints on each finger. For example: Can the thumb be a loop and the pointer be an arch?