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epigeous

(ĕp′ə-jē′əs)
adj.
Variant of epigeal.
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All mushrooms cached in trees (including outside the focal squirrel territory) were 1 of 2 epigeous fungi species: Suillus grevillei (Larch Bolete, Fig.
Key words: caching behavior, epigeous fungi, Larix occidentalis, Montana, mushrooms, mycophagy, Red Squirrel, Suillus, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, Western Larch
At the conclusion of this chapter, you will learn the two common forms of seed germination: epigeous and hypogeous.
Epigeous germination occurs when the epicotyl emerges and cotyledons remain below the soil surface.
Stem semihypogeous to slightly epigeous, to 15 cm tall, 3-8 cm
The total dataset contained 8724 mosquitoes in 112 epigeous (i.
They may be edible or non-edible, poisonous or medicinal species, with hypogeous or epigeous spore-bearing fruiting bodies, and their texture may be fleshy or non-fleshy.
Basidiomata in groups on soil expanded fruit body epigeous 37 cm in dia attached by a basal mycelial tuft with substrata.
epigeous seed germination--when the hypocotyl elongates and brings the cotyledons above ground (for example, cherry).
Forty epigeous breeding sites of Culex pipiens were sampled as egg rafts, larvae, or pupae from June 3 to July 31 1991, following three transects I, J, and K (table 1, fig.
Mushroom is a macrofungus with a distinctive fruiting body, which can either be epigeous or hypogeous and large enough to be seen with naked eye and to be picked by hand [3].