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con·du·pli·cate

(kon-dū'pli-kăt),
Folded on itself lengthwise.
[L. con-, with, + duplico, pp. -atus]

con·du·pli·cate

(kŏn-dū'pli-kăt)
Folded in on itself lengthwise.
[L. con-, with, + duplico, pp. -atus]
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5 cm, base straight, linear, conduplicate or flat, glabrous on both surfaces or scabrous-pubescent on adaxial surface, apex acute or subobtuse; ligule 1-1.
7 cm; attenuate towards the base into a short and conduplicate petiole.
5 cm long; stigma white, trilobulate, spiral conduplicate (Brown & Gilmartin, 1984),4.
2 mm long, base sagittate, apex acute and apiculate, dorsifixed at 1/3 of its length above the base; stigma conduplicate, ca.
7- 2 mm long, base and apex obtuse, compressed laterally, green, dorsifixed at middle; pollen sulcate, ellipsoid, exine reticulate, muri narrowed; stigma conduplicate, ca.
1 mm in diameter; stigma conduplicate, lobes erect, slightly if at all twisted, ca.
5 mm long, dorsifixed near the base, base sagittate, apex obtuse; pollen broadly ellipsoidal, sulcate, exine microreticulate, lumina irregularly polygonal; ovary 6-7 x 3-4 mm, subtrigonous, greenish-white, glabrous or nearly so; epigynous tube lacking; placentation apical or nearly so; ovules numerous, globose, obtuse; style slightly exceeding the anthers; stigma conduplicate, white, the styler lobes terete, suberect, ca.
24 mm; stamens completely exposed by the recurved petals at anthesis, radially disposed; filaments terete, white, the antesepalous ones free, the antepetalous ones shortly adnate to the petals; Anthers linear, 13-15 mm long, base sagittate, apex obtuse, fixed near the base, slightly shorter than the petals; Pollen narrowly ellipsoid, sulcate, exine reticulate, lumina rounded, muri slightly thickened; style exceeding the petals, white; stigma conduplicate, blades spreading-contorted, densely papillose, white, ca.