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globose

globular or spherical.
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Deciduous trees; pneumatophores normally present; leaves two-ranked on short shoots, alternate, linear to linear-lanceolate, flattened, 3-17 mm long; pollen cones globose in pendent axillary racemes or panicles; ovulate cones 20-50 mm in diameter, subglobose, 5-10 scales, valvate, thin and woody; seeds trigonous, wingless.
68) well-preserved when found but extremely fragile, sinistral, thin, globose, spire obtuseconical, body whorl extremely inflated (Harmen & Berg 1971); subfossils lacking periostracum.
Ascomata were non-ostiolate, superficial, white to light cream colored, globose or subglobose, measuring 120 [micro]m-600 [micro]m in diameter, and covered with a white aerial mycelium.
diatraeae belong to a clade within the tribe Blondeliini in which adults are characterized by females with globose abdomens (to support an enlarged common oviduct that serves as a brood chamber for developing eggs and larvae) and ovolarviposition (Wood 1987; Wood & Cave 2006).
1 mm long, 1- or 2-celled, spreading, often gland-tipped, the apical cell swollen or globose, yellowish to orangish; ultimate veins visible on both surfaces, both surfaces glandular, puberulent, the hairs and glands like those on the laminar tissue between the veins but the hairs ca.
na = information not available Genus Age Fruit size, mm Decodon allenbyensis Middle Eocene 5 x 3-4, globose Decodon verticillatus Modem 5 x 3-4, globose Enigmocarpon parijai Early Paleocene 15-18 x 14-16, globose Lagerstroemia spp.
The colony culture on PDA was olive green to gray in color, conidiomata was up to 1 mm diameter, globose to sub globose.
almost totally smooth, usually exsert and rather globose [Perrinia konos, Pholidotrope gloriosa] (Fig.
A southern basidiobolus forming many sporangia from globose and from elongated adhesive conidia.
Apart from the three characters described above for the subfamily, Trachelas species (Simon 1878a; Platnick & Shadab 1974a, b) are characterized by a convex bulging carapace, eye rows, especially the posterior one, recurved as seen from above, eyes subequal in size or with the subrectangular posterior median eyes slightly larger than the others, anterior legs more robust than posterior legs, especially in males; a male palp with a narrow cymbium and a simple RTA and/or RPA, globose, often almost spherical female spermathecae, and insemination ducts widened and sclerotized towards the copulatory opening.
They contained hyaline cylindrical asci, 9 x 80-90 [micro]m, with 8 ascospores each (Figure 2c); the latter were globose to ellipsoidal, pale brown, rough walled with age, and 8-9 x 10 [micro]m.
Tarsus with globose genital bulb with short, twisted, sclerotized embolus; sperm ducts with 2 loops, ML and other LL (Figs.