campanulate


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campanulate

(of plant structures) bell-shaped, as in the harebell flower, Campanula rotundifolia.
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Five corolla types were identified in this study: tubular, slender tubular, tubular-funnel, campanulate and urceolate forms (Fig.
1 x 1 cm, green, tubular to campanulate, truncate, without rifts, slightly pubescent, tector trichomes sparse, with nectaries; corolla 3-5 x ca.
Both groups share a following number of common features: (1) head vertical, with horizontal vertex located at right angle to flat and vertical frons, vertex usually with clear longitudinal depression, epistomal suture never depressed in contrast to eccritotarsines with vertical head; (2) antenna longer than body length; (3) pronotum campanulate, with flat pronotal collar, posteriorly delimited by shallow depression extending directly to propleural suture at sides; (4) parempodia flattened, apically spatulate.
1 mm width, deciduous; terciary branches numerous; flowers numerous per branch, polystichous, rotate to slightly campanulate, ca.
Median lobe moderate in length; in ventral view, ventral valve with distinctly bifurcate apex, in lateral view apex bent down; armature of internal sac with two clusters of curved spines, a campanulate sclerite flanked by lines of spines, and a median spherical spiny sclerite followed by four paired thorns, which may vary in position (Fig.
Very large campanulate monopetalous corolla: at the lower end of a very long curving tube a voluminous protuberance contains a very abundant nectar.
Flowers 1-5 on each stem, axillary as well as terminal, on 1-3 cm long pedicels, campanulate, showy, 3-5 cm long.
Speaking of subtropicals, Crocosmia - with classic six-petaled, dangling, campanulate flowers - is a delightful summer-blooming herbaceous perennial from Central America.
Because the number of cells in a comb is proportional to the comb's area, while the comb's diameter increases as the square root of its area, the constant absolute increase in cell number from comb to comb gives the nest a campanulate shape (Fig.