olivaceous


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olivaceous

[‚äl·ə′vā·shəs]
(biology)
Resembling an olive.
Olive colored.
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olivaceous, and Chelemys macronyx had maximum measured move distances of 72 m, 54 m, and 14 m respectively.
Mycelium superficial, partly immersed, smooth, septate, hyaline, olivaceous and growing on pseudostroma.
The Alternaria grew well on PDA and formed an olivaceous black colony with dark olive margins, reverse black at 25 [+ or -] 1 [degrees]C after 10 days.
This species has squamulose and persistent primary thallus, lobate, green olivaceous above, brownish below.
The squamules can be convex, concave or convoluted, erect and elongated or flat and [+ or -] distinctly peltate, brown, olivaceous or blackish, matt, glossy or often covered by a bluish white pruina; the apothecia remain completely immersed or are secondarily raised above the thallus surface and then surrounded by a thalline margin.
It is remarkable that this giant worm possesses very small spermathecae completely embedded in the body wall, similar to several giant Ecuadorian earthworms such as Martiodrilus ischuros Zicsi, 1990,Martiodrilus crassus (Rosa, 1895) and Martiodrilus olivaceous James, 1990 (each ca 1000 mm long).
Remarks: This taxon differs from the typical variety due to its smaller basidiomata, intense orange and free arms of the receptacle that slowly becomes olivaceous (CALONGE; MARCOS, 1992).
Hippolais pallida (Eastern Olivaceous Warbler)###8###2 (17.
As usual though, the east coast took direct hits with some great species: an eastern olivaceous warbler at Flamborough Head and a brown flycatcher nearby at Bempton.
22 mm; pseudoparaphyses present; asci cylindrical, 8-spored, 100-120 x 12 [micro]m in the sporogenus portion; ascospores pallid olivaceous, uniseriate to partially biseriate, with 3 transverse and 1 longitudinal septa, ellipsoid to ovate, 20-22 x 8-10 [micro]m (Fig.
Little bittern, night herons, moorhen, bulbuls, rufous bushchats, several species of dove, olivaceous and graceful warblers.
Spikelets ovoid to lance-ovoid, greenish or olivaceous, the longest ca.