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bullate

adjective Characterised by vesicles or bulla; it is not used in the working medical parlance, replaced by the more widely understood bullous.
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5 mm, lanceolate, brown, appressed to widely spreading, lustrous, twisted (but not tortuous), entire to sparsely denticulate, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially eglandular, densely pubescent, scales absent, the hairs 0.
3 mm, reddish-brown, linear-lanceolate, brown, lustrous, flat to twisted, spreading, entire to sparsely denticulate, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially pubescent to glabrous, lacking scales, the hairs 0.
5 mm long, lanceolate, brown, lustrous, flat, spreading, entire to subentire, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially eglandular, moderately to sparsely pubescent, very sparsely scaly, hairs up to 2.
5 mm, ovate to lanceolate, appressed or spreading, light to dark brown, often darker distally, strongly denticulate, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially eglandular, densely pubescent, sparsely scaly, the hairs 0.
3 mm, filiform to linear-lanceolate, brown, lustrous, conspicuously denticulate, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially eglandular, pubescent, scales absent, the hairs 0.
1 mm, appressed to spreading, filiform, brown, tortuous, denticulate, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially eglandular, densely pilose, without scales, the hairs similar to those of the pinna rachises abaxially; basal basiscopic pinnules of medial pinnae not enlarged or overlapping the lamina rachis; costules abaxially eglandular, pubescent, without scales, the hairs ca.
8 mm, lanceolate, spreading, brown, not flaccid, shiny, entire to sparsely denticulate, not clathrate, not bullate, adaxially eglandular, without scales, densely pilose, the hairs 0.
It is further distinctive by glands on both surfaces of the laminae and bullate scales on the abaxial surfaces of the costules.
2 mm long, 1-3-celled, scaly, scales like those of pinna rachises but more bullate, adaxially with hairs like those of costae; laminar tissue between veins non-glandular and glabrous on both surfaces; veins visible on both surfaces, non-glandular, abaxially sparsely pubescent and inconspicuously scaly, hairs ca.
1 mm long) hairs on the laminar surfaces between the veins, but the latter species lacks glandular hairs on the abaxial surfaces of the laminae and has conspicuous bullate scales on the costae abaxially (Fig.