campanulate


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campanulate

[kam′pan·yə·lət]
(botany)
Bell-shaped; applied particularly to the corolla.
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1 x 1 cm, green, tubular to campanulate, truncate, without rifts, slightly pubescent, tector trichomes sparse, with nectaries; corolla 3-5 x ca.
Five corolla types were identified in this study: tubular, slender tubular, tubular-funnel, campanulate and urceolate forms (Fig.
Staminate inflorescences capitate, 10-12 flowered in a single raceme, peduncle to 10 mm long, pedicels up to 1 mm long; perianth campanulate, 6 mm long, 6-lobed, each lobe 1 mm long; stamens 6 alternate with perianth lobes, anthers bilocular, dorsifixed, elliptic < 1 mm diameter, extrorse, generally 1 or 2 reduced to staminodes; the fine filaments connate basally, borne at the base of a pistillode 3 mm long; lower part of the perianth reduced to 2 or 3 small involucral bracts; indumentum densely short velutinous.
Flowers are hermaphroditic, with 1.75 cm length ([+ or -] 0.17, N = 20), pedicel short, calyx campanulate with five ciliate teeth, 0.5 cm in diameter ([+ or -] 0.05, N = 20) and 0.8 cm in depth ([+ or -] 0.1, N = 21).
10 mm in diameter at the apex, green, glabrous, sepals oblong-elliptic, apex obtuse and slightly emarginate, 27-34 x 17-18 mm, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lepidote inside, glabrous outside, free, ecarinate, yellowish-green, distinctly convex, thinly coriaceous except for the thicker base, petals narrowly ovate, apex narrowly emarginate, 55-58 x 22 mm, pale yellow, connate at the base for 3-4 mm, suberect and distinctly recurved toward the apex, forming a campanulate corolla 30-40 mm in diameter at the apex, bearing at the base 2 sublinear, acuminate to bidentate, 12-13 x 2 mm appendages adnate to the petals for ca.
Prothorax.--Disk campanulate, foveolate; cervical sulcus moderately deep, extending from near coxal cavity to about 0.56 to 0.63 distance to pronotal midline (Fig.
Hydrothecae strongly campanulate, 640-975 [micron]m long, 275-398 [micron]m wide at margin, 69-76 [micron]m wide at basal annular thickening; hydrothecal walls with thin perisarc, convex just above basal chamber, quite straight elsewhere.
Floral cup shape: hemisphaeric = 0; campanulate = 1; obconic = 2; patelliform = 3; urceolate = 4.
Pileus (20-)40-70(-110) mm diam., polymorphic, conic to convex, convexplane or campanulate, regular or irregular, sometimes papillate, or subumbilicate, hygrophanous, yellowish pale to chocolate-brown, orangish-brown or cinnamonbrown, smooth, sublubricous, sometimes with white floccose scales from the veil at the margin.
DIAGNOSIS: Randallophorus is distinguished from other Pilophorini by the broad impunctate head; the strongly campanulate or bell-shaped, impunctate pronotum, with a large quadrate velvety spot on each callus; the slender subparallel body; the slender antennae; the scattered whitish, scalelike setae on the dorsum, ventrally on the pro-, meso-, and metapleura areas, abdomen, and ar the bases of the coxae; the simple ostiolar auricle with a wide scent channel lacking a distinct knob dorsally; and the simple, S-shaped endosoma lacking an apparent secondary gonopore.