decurrens vary at their bases, from narrowly attenuate to abruptly cuneate, but all are decurrent
basiscopically (Figures 1 A-C).
Diagnosis: Basidiomata clitocyboid, pileus 13-30 mm diam., infundibuliform to plano-convex, white to pastel grey, lamellae decurrent
, stipe cylindrical, with mycelial pad and rhizomorphs, basidiospores 4-5 x 3-4.3 [mu]m, globose to subglobose, smooth to slightly angled in polar view, cystidia absent, pileipellis a transition between trichocutis and a trichoderm, clamp connection absent.
Notogastral cristae with a pair of decurrent
It will take time to fully understand the long-term impacts these sprawling infernos will have on everything from the threatened Apache trout (Oncorhynchus apache) to the endangered Houston toad (Bufo houstonensis), and what the chaotic flooding throughout the heart of the country will mean for species like the threatened decurrent
false aster (Boltonia decurrens) to the endangered interior least tern (Sterna antillarum).
1 mm long, free, glabrous, white except for the red apex, the adaxial ones carinate with keels decurrent
on the ovary, the abaxial one obtusely if at all carinate; petals narrowly lanceolate, apex acuminate to acute, suberect at anthesis, 18-25 x 4 mm, free, purple, bearing 2 irregularly digitate-lacerate appendages 6-8 mm above the base.
The side shoot departs upwards at an angle of about 20[degrees] with a decurrent
Spasticity is characterized by hypertonia that involves decurrent
velocity-dependence with hypersensitivity of the stretching reflex, and possessing selectivity of anti-gravitational muscles (predominant in flexors of superior limbs and extensors of inferior limbs) (4).
Basiscopic margin decurrent
and acroscopic margin rounded.
Lamellae white to slightly cream, small depressed or slightly decurrent
. Stipe 3-8 cm, white, usually ventricose when young, later cylindric.
Rhizomes or stems prostrate, with erect, regularly branching stems; leaves of prostrate stems appressed to ascending, linear to narrowly lanceolate, 1.8-4.6 mm long, leaves of erect stems appressed with decurrent
bases, subulate, 1.8-3.5 mm long, strobili 2-4 per upright shoot, 1.4-4.0 cm long.
The leaf apices are abruptly acute to gradually acuminate and the leaf base has neither auricular nor decurrent