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squamulose

[′skwäm·yə‚lōs]
(biology)
Covered with or composed of minute scales.
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Although the presence of attached squamules at the podetia are rather rare (James 2009) in our material is very frequent.
Morphometric variation in primary squamules of Cladonia foliacea and C.
Description (after Ahti 2000): Primary thallus evanescent, consisting of small squamules 2 x 3 mm.
Description: Primary thallus evanescent, consisting of very narrow squamules to 0.
turgida are the inflated squamules with rounded margins and the smooth surface.
This lichen can be easily spotted by the pinkish or reddish rounded squamules (specially conspicuous when wet), in general with white margins, with rounded divisions or crenulate, concave, flat to irregular, with a whitish lower surface, and black apothecia.
Squamules 2-3 mm long, K+ yellow turning to red Cladonia polycarpoides 3.
pocillum is especially well-developed with large squamules that frequently merge into a "foliose-like" thallus mat (see the excellent photograph in Brodo et al.
Shiny; roughly puntured with irregularly shaped uneven-sized punctures; sharply covered with erect, short squamules.
Squamules of primary thallus 200-280 [micron]m thick, cortex 37-55 [micron]m thick, algal layer 25-37 [micron]m, medulla 150-200 [micron]m.
Most of the specimens have larger squamules and they should be classified as C.
It was found growing on algal films, which were covering bryophytes and squamules of the primary thallus of an unidentified Cladonia species growing in the north side of a granitic boulder, forming large patches.