In Pleoseptum ascomata are immersed, usually with a papillate
apex, with a relatively broad peridium and ovoid to fusoid ascospores [2, 3].
If the normal papillate
patches are confused with lesions, then unnecessary diagnostic tests and treatments may be undertaken, with possible iatrogenic adverse effects.
Leaf bases pale to brown; leaves usually less than 1 mm wide at middle; megaspores papillate
, more than 450 um in diameter (0.50-0.65 mm average); plant of limestone outcrops I.
Perithecia spherical, 0.6-1 mm diam; ostioles conical papillate
, encircled with a bovei-type disc 0.33-0.4 mm diam.
aureum, the exine is slightly rougher with the surface papillate
to tuberculate, with rodlets attached to the tubercles in proximal and distal view.
Calyx campanulate; corolla magenta with white fauces; anthers and connective glabrous, ovary papillate
Stigma morphology in the Leguminosae: The wet, papillate
(WP) stigma in Caesalpinioideae.
The stigma is short, capitate, shiny and wet papillate
Pileus (20-)40-70(-110) mm diam., polymorphic, conic to convex, convexplane or campanulate, regular or irregular, sometimes papillate
, or subumbilicate, hygrophanous, yellowish pale to chocolate-brown, orangish-brown or cinnamonbrown, smooth, sublubricous, sometimes with white floccose scales from the veil at the margin.
Recherches sur le Dorocidaris papillate
et quelques mitres echinides de la Mediterranee.
Stigma is of dry-type with papillate