4 x 1-8 cm, white to cream with white to cream fauces, infundibuliform, pubescent
, stamens included, dorsal filaments ca.
Terrestrial herbs or shrubs to 2 m high, erect, with white latex, sparsely pubescent
with maroon trichomes.
Abdomen: Brown; setation comprised of dense white and brown setose, surface entirely smooth; T1-7 brown; T1 and anterior half of T2 long white setose, remaining T2 and T3-7 brown setose; T1 grey pubescent
posteromedially, T2 predominantly grey pubescent
(except anterolaterally), remaining T narrowly grey pubescent
medially and wider grey pubescent
posteriorly; S1-7 brown; S1 asetose, S2-7 sparsely brown setose; S predominantly apubescent; T2-4 parallel-sided and not constricted waist-like; bullae on T2 black, transversely elongate, surface entirely smooth, T2 surface anterior to bullae smooth.
But then, that might have been too much for the pubescent
target audience to handle.
But this minimalism (which gives way to surrealism by the climax) is deliciously effective when it comes to revealing the sexuality of one of Duck Season's pubescent
lines have a greater root density and a deeper root extension (Garay and Wilhelm, 1983).
While Balthus always denied the obvious eroticism of his own languid, pubescent
girls, calling them "angels," Klossowski's images, thanks to their theatrical presence, are highly self-aware.
readers aren't the only ones swapping tales with their moms on the regular.
It was this hormonal combustion that Jack Kennedy famously ignited in the pubescent
He said: "I actually rocked a pubescent
moustache for a while.
She juggles business, two pubescent
girls, a bonkers ex-husband, a wobbly lover; and there's a baby somewhere who we just never see and seldom hear.