concolorous


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concolorous

having the same colour throughout the structure concerned, e.g. petals, leaves.
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5 cm, concolorous, chartaceous to membranaceous, elliptic or oblong, apex acuminatte, rarely rounded, margins entire, base rounded to cuneate, venation penninerved, both surfaces with tector trichomes restricted on the midrib; tendrils simple.
Small to very large species (6-42 mm); generally concolorous, rarely with conspicuous markings; predominantly micropterous and apterous forms.
Poisson (1959) presented a key to the species of Macrocoris in which the first couplet divided the taxa based on connexival colour pattern; one group was concolorous or nearly so, and the other had the posterolateral corners black or densely maculated.
Thorax: pronotal disc with 2 salient black tubercles near to interruption of suture that sets off prozona from meso- and metazona; lighter medial sinus, almost white; small dark-brown and black dots, concentrated laterally and close to medial sinus, small concolorous tubercles dispersed over the disc.
Basidiocarps are of 6 to 12 cm in diameter and 1-2 mm thick ; the upper (superior) surface is pilose and dark yellow to brown or reddish brown; the lower (inferior) surface smooth, rugulose to meruloid, glabrous to pruinose and concolorous with the upper surface.
2 cm the largest one), concolorous with the petals, a white, conduplicate spiral stigma in an elongated, white style 6.
Abdomen pale yellowish grey, with dark, chocolate brown, lancet-shaped longitudinal median band connected to a concolorous, dark posterior quarter with white chevrons (Fig.
5-2 mm in diameter, disk yellow or brown, margin concolorous with thallus Lecanora muralis 2.
variegatifolia; the leaves are concolorous, green, ovate to ovate-lanceolate in outline, usually conduplicate along their midrib with epicuticular wax over a striated or folded epidermis.
The inconspicuous thallus and numerous small, plane, deep reddish orange apothecia with concolorous margins are characteristic.
5 cm thick, equal, solid, velvety to plush-like (but not to the extent of the cap) especially towards the base; light brown near apex, darker brown lower with the base concolorous with the cap.