strigose


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strigose

[′strī‚gōs]
(biology)
Covered with stiff, pointed, hairlike scales or bristles.
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5 cm long, divergent to declined, deciduous, dehiscent, linear and slightly falcate or abruptly upturned at tip, subterete, usually submoniliform, thinly coriaceous, strigose.
It was described by Hieronymus as having stems "hirto-pilosis," thus differing from the species in the group with either strigose stems or long-patent, pilose stems.
5- 2 mm thick, hollow, equal, base hairy strigose, pale cinnamon-brown to reddish-brown; exuding a dark blood-red fluid when cut or broken, especially near the base.
5 mm long, the backs hispidulous and sparingly strigose, medially 3-nerved, these converging to form a spreading-ascending mucro to 2.