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strigose

(strī′gōs′)
adj.
Zoology Marked with fine, close-set grooves, ridges, or streaks.
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Stems erect or ascending, slightly strigose. Leaves odd pinnate, petioles 2.5-7 cm long; leaflets (7-) 9-13 paired, obovate to oblanceolate, 0.8-2.5 cm long, inevidently stigulose both surfaces, pale below; stipules semipersistent.
Fruits crowded, 2.8-3.5 cm long, divergent to declined, deciduous, dehiscent, linear and slightly falcate or abruptly upturned at tip, subterete, usually submoniliform, thinly coriaceous, strigose. Seeds several to numerous.
I have been fortunate to have recently examined the holotype of Aspilia quinquenervis (K!), which has short-strigose hairs on the stems, leaf blades, and phyllaries; petioles and peduncles strigose to hirsute; and elliptic-lanceolate outer phyllaries.
Leaves simple, opposite, petiolate; petiole (0.3) 0.7-1.8 cm long; blade elliptic to ovate, 2.7-8.4 X 0.9-4.2 cm, chartaceous, weakly serrulate, 3-veined from near base, acute at apex, decurrent at base, strigose to weakly so, the lower surface also glandular, sometimes obscurely so.
Stipe: 2-4 cm long, 0.5-1.5 cm thick, equal with a small bulb at the base, tough and pliant, smooth, yellowish above and dark brown below; the base strigose with brownish-yellow tomentum.
Leaves 4.5-12.5 cm long; petiole 3-15 mm long; pulvinus 1.3-2.2 mm diam; rachis 3.6-8.2 cm long, interfoliolar segments 0.6-2 cm long; extrafloral nectaries 3-7, claviform and fusiform, stipitate, located between all pairs of leaflets, occasionally absent in the proximal pair or 0-2 in the distal, 2-3 x 0.2-0.6 mm; leaflets 3-7 pairs, chartaceous, adaxial surface strigose, the distal 10-50 x 4-23 mm, the proximal 10-40 x 4-12 mm, elliptic, lanceolate, oblong, ovate and oval-lanceolate, venation craspedodromous, nervures 9-11 pairs, apex acute, acute-mucronate, obtuse, obtuse-mucronate, acuminate and rarely emarginate, base oblique and subcordate, margin revolute, ciliated.
Capsule operculate (lower portion rarely tardily loculical) with a short calyptrate indehiscent operculum with osseous endocarp becoming free from membranous longer portion; annual herb; stems strigose throughout from only simple trichomes to 1.5 mm long that are hyaline, rigid, appressed, straight above base; stipules demidiate-ovate or demidiate-cordiform, broad (most 2-4 mm) W.