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5 mm long, ovoid to globose, with obtuse, apiculate apex, irregularly transversely tuberculate and papillate, sometimes the papillae near the base elongate and spinulose; hypogynium narrow, somewhat trigonous, with 6 finely puberulent globose tubercles in distinct pairs.
17) Urophonius eugenicus Vesicle of the telson slender, especially in males, in females it is globose but not highly developed towrds the anterior margin (Figs.
2 mm wide), partially embedded, globose shell was designated as Strophostylus carleyana by Morse (1911).
pusillus, the only other species with known anthers, they have long filaments and globose anthers (Fig.
Shape of capsula seminalis: 0) globose, without constriction; 1) digitiform; 2) globose, with a medial or basal constriction; 3) semiglobose, with an apical process; 4) conical; 5) subquadrangular.
6) The cells of M sympodialis are ovoid to globose, 1.
Some shrubs are treelike, others are creeping, spreading, weeping or globose.
Conidiophores hyaline, coarsely roughened vesicle is globose and flask-shaped phialides that produced chains of rough conidia are borne directly on the vesicle.
5 mm long, base sagittate, apex obtuse, fixed near the base; stigma conduplicate-spiral, globose, ca.
Telson: Vesicle globose, height/length 52-57%, with flat dorsal surface and rounded ventral surface, slightly compressed anteroventrally (Table 1); slightly narrower than metasomal segment V, width 59-60% ([male]) or 63-77% ([female])of segment V.
Evergreen trees, monoecious; leaves spirally arranged, sessile, lanceolate or linearlanceolate, serrulate, 3-7 cm long; pollen cones narrowly oblong in 1-5 terminal fascicles, each with 8-20 cones; ovulate cones globose, ovoid, or cylindric-ovoid, 3-5 cm long and wide, scales sessile, imbricate, leathery; seeds flat, with 2 narrow, lateral wings.
For 30 minutes it was observed consuming the orange globose clusters of stamens.