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Reticulation is a net-like pattern, arrangement, or structure. Reticulation or Reticulated may refer to:
- Reticulation (single-access key) is a structure of an identification tree, where there are several possible routes to a correct identification; the tree's "branches" are thus connected into a network, and the key is more robust against errors
- A coloration pattern of some animals (e.g. the reticulated giraffe)
- An arrangement of veins in a leaf, with the veins interconnected like a network
- The endoplasmic reticulum within a cell, often resembling a net
- A phylogenetic network, the result when hybrid speciation, introgression and parapyletic speciation is applied to a phylogenetic tree
- Reticulated water (Australia only), for water from a piped network rather than from a bore or well. See: wiktionary:reticulated water
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