Crinite is a biological term meaning covered with soft hairs or tufts...
...a child's arm, perhaps, or a lady's cheek.
A leaf, a flower:
The critically endangered crinite marposa lily, found only in a single country of Oregon. And so beautiful!
A seed pod:
gorse seed pods, photo by
photo of a puss moth by Ben Sale.
On the other hand, crinite can be a rock made up of the skeletons of sea lilies and feather stars:
photo by Wilson44691
But I must admit you're not likely to have any of that to hand.
Spot the Frippet: something crinite. The hair word comes from the Latin crīnītus, which means hairy. The rock word comes from the Greek krinon, which means lily.
Any connection is probably coincidental.