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globose

globular or spherical.
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armeniacifolia are depressed globose, leaves sub orbicular or almost orbicular or broadly ovate; fruit depressed-globose.
When mature, the ascomata open irregularly to expose the bitunicate, globose to subglobose asci, elliptic to claviform, sessile.
The first immature vesicle is globose and smaller than the second one 7-10[micro]m (Table 1).
Habitus (Figures 30-31): Head black with a metallic shine, compound eyes black, rounded, arranged transversely; ocelli closer to each other than to compound eyes; tylus smooth and rectangular with a prominent median carina; vertex smooth, rectangular, with a prominent median carina; antennae black, pedicel sparsely setose, basal body of flagellum globose, inserted inside the pedicel, with one arista smaller than pedicel; postclypeus black, inflated, forming an acute angle in profile, with one longitudinal carina strongly marked and prominent, lateral grooves slightly marked, rostrum reaching mesocoxae.
thuja western, thuja globose, maple globose, ash fluffy (hornbeam vulgaris), juniperum 148 pcs.
fistulosa differs by its ebracteolate, thick peduncle with a proximal and a distal abscission zone, and its obconic to ellipsoid, white berries, versus the bracteolate, slender peduncle that lacks abscission zones, and the globose, pink berries in B.
Spore morphology: Trilete, tetrahedralglobose to nearly globose, radially symmetrical, in proximal view.
Microscopically, the most consistent feature was the production of globose microconidia arranged in grape clusters.
comma is more elongated (13-18 mm) and more globose, the suture is very impressed or deep, and the aperture is more rounded and short in relation to the length of the shell.
The fruits are green, globose, 3-4 cm in diameter, smooth; rink firm and thick with 3 black seeds and 4 calyces.