claviform


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claviform

[′klav·ə‚fȯrm]
(biology)
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Stipe is cylindrical, young fruit Stipe is cylindrical, thin, bodies are quite thick, and ripe sometimes with a thickening at ones are more or less thin, with a the bottom; above a ring it claviform thickening at the bottom; has a cap's colour, below it-- above a ring it is whitish, below a it is darker.
Trichomes of all studied taxa were papillate to slender claviform, with or without glands, contrasting with the observations of Perez-Garcia et al.
Tarsus of palp with more than 40 claviform trichobothria dorsally.
Tarsus of palp with bands of claviform trichobothria dorsally.
Clottes (2001a: 219; see also 2001b: 63, 68) accepts that Magdalenians may have entered the cave, though he sees no evidence that they made any figures other than the claviform.
longifurcata); hypandrium narrow; pregonites and postgonites each in form of a pair of asymmetrical subuliform processes; phallus with a trapeziform sclerite in ventral view; phallapodeme claviform, slightly broad.
Forewings mostly brown or reddish brown, with a silvery streak or not over a claviform stigma and with a complex vesica (subgenus Macdunnoughia) 2 --.
hybrida by the lack of a silvery streak over the claviform stigma, and by the latter's smaller size (26-35 mm vs.
On forewing, ground color grayish brown, claviform stigma white; basal and antemedial lines white; medial line faint; postmedial line brown with white at posterior part; subterminal line brown at front; terminal line brown.
Juxta shaped like an inverted trapeze, with a pair of heavy claviform lobes, lobes separated basally.