In the female from Himmiste and the female from Keskvere, polygonal areoles
are clearly isolated from each other (Fig.
KEY TO THE NORTH AMERICAN HAIRWORM SPECIES A Cuticle smooth, lacking areoles
or B with flat, smooth areoles
; male tail bilobed (as in Figs.
Greenish-red, club-shaped fruits with wooly areoles
and bristly spines adorn the flowers.
Both taxa have goblet-shaped podetia covered with coarse areoles
and produce fumarprotocetraric acid.
It is, moreover, an important part of this fantasy 'knowledge' that the woman's body be permanently available, permanently sexually open: 'Curieusement les seins sont bruns, leurs areoles
[sic], presque noires.
Pronotum with large, distinct, bulbous hood, cleft posteriorly to receive anterior portion of a compressed elevation formed by two greatly enlarged hemispherical lateral carinae; areoles
of hemelytra very large, rectangular, and vitreous Galeatus Curtis
The smallest areas outlined by veins, referred to as areoles
, may be described in terms of shape, size, orientation and presence or absence of freely ending veinlets.
Thallus sorediate, consisting of rounded areoles
which break down into a leprose crust Candelariella reflexa 1.
All the taxa have five orders of venation; nine species show quadrangular areoles
and only Q.
brasiliensis, although from its description (Drake 1922) it differs from the Colombian specimen in that the hemelytra is widened near the apex (not widened in the Colombian specimen), and that the portion connecting the inflated part of the middle carina bears three areoles
in the Colombian specimen).
Apex of sterile leaf blades ending abruptly in a small slender point; veins of sterile leaf blades forming smaller secondary areoles
("circles") within larger primary areoles
; fresh plants malodorous; plants of limestone outcroppings.
Cactus branches bear many areoles
(spine-bearing pads) that can produce one or more flowers per night.