campanulate


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campanulate

[kam′pan·yə·lət]
(botany)
Bell-shaped; applied particularly to the corolla.
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4 cm, green, campanulate, 5-lobed, cuspidate, without rifts, tomentose, with glandular trichomes stipitate, without nectaries; corolla 3-4 x ca.
flowered, campanulate, each 2-3 mm long, subtended by small bractlets.
Hydrothecae deeply campanulate, quite cone-shaped, about 727-935 [micron]m long, 387-528 [micron]m wide at margin, 159-241 [micron]m wide at diaphragm, with thin perisarc.
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.
The fruits are stipitate, commonly with the campanulate calyx persisting at the junction of stipe and pedicel.
The flowers are campanulate, with long (35-50 mm) corolla tubes; each flower has a very conspicuous constriction near the base of the corolla.
Its botanical name is Prunus campanulata, referring to the campanulate or bell-like pink flowers, which are massed profusely throughout its still leafless canopy.
2b), reaching base of mesocoxae; antennae and tibiae bicoloured; antennae slender, AI bottle-shaped; collar present; pronotum campanulate in males, callosite region restricted, margins parallel-sided, weakly hourglass shaped in females (Figs 7, 10); propleural suture anterodorsally directed; proepisternum rounded; proepimeron short; external efferent system of metathoracic glands moderately developed (Fig.
5 mm long, glabrous, involucre campanulate to narrowly obconic, glabrous, ca.
10 x 6 mm, ecarinate, yellow, spreading-recurved at anthesis and forming a campanulate corolla ca.
truly campanulate as in most Arctoteae, Cardueae, Liabeae, and Vernonieae); (2) styles with the same width from base to tip (vs.
Capitulescences monocephalous or cymose; capitula sessile to pedunculate, peduncles sometimes with leaf-like bracts, homogamous, bilabiate, six- to many-flowered; receptacle epaleate; involucre multiseriate, campanulate to hemispherical, phyllaries graduate.