Each BPEL construct is in the palette, except flow and sequence. These constructs are represented implicitly on the canvas for efficient process design. For example, if you drag a receive to the canvas, it is automatically enclosed in a sequence. When you add the next activity, it is automatically linked.
Some BPMN elements are included. To add visual clarity to a process, you can use the start, end, and none events and the fork-join and gateway control flows.
Some BPEL activities, such as a receive, can be shown in more than one BPMN construct. For example, a receive can be shown as a message catch event or a receive task. In the receive's Properties view, from the Show As list, select the BPMN display style.