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(of a leaf shape) having a short sharply pointed tip

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Florets bisexual, radiate capitula with marginal corollas bilabiate, outer lip expanded; central corollas actinomorphic, tubular-campanulate, deeply five-lobed, tube narrow, abruptly dilated into a limb, lobes erect; discoid capitula with florets actinomorphic, corollas tubular-campanulate; anther apical appendages acuminate to apiculate, tails papillose, long, subrounded; style bifid, branches separate, dorsally pubescent and also hairs in subapical ring, hairs acute.
4 mm wide at apex, subtrigonous, greenish, inconspicuously white-lanate to glabrous; epigynous tube inconspicuous; placentation apical; ovules obtuse to obtusely apiculate.
5 mm long, base obtuse, apex obtuse and minutely apiculate, compressed laterally, dorsifixed at 1/3 of their length above the base, pollen sulcate, ellipsoid, exine micro-insulate- reticulate, muri thickened, stigma simple-erect, ca.
5-5 cm, not narrowed at the base, apex rounded to subacute and distinctly apiculate, apiculus 0.
5 mm long, free, glabrous, entire, greenish except for the pale castaneous-yellow central zone, the posterior ones alate carinate with keels decurrent on the ovary; petals subspatulate, apex emarginate and inconspicuously apiculate, 20-24 x 5 mm, free, green, subspreading-recurved at anthesis, the blades sparsely and conspicuously glandulose adaxially, without any appendages but bearing 2 well developed longitudinal callosities 15-18 mm long; stamens shorter than the petals but exposed at anthesis; filaments complanate and dilated toward the apex, the antepetalous ones adnate to the petals for ca.
5-4 mm, dark purplish-wine, glabrous, entire, bearing a protruded central nerve toward the apex but not at all carinate; petals symmetric, broadly obovate-spatulate from a narrower base, apex obtuse and apiculate to subacute, connate at base for ca.
15 x 10 cm, dark castaneous and minutely brow-lepidote on both sides; blades subligulate, canaliculate, 30-32 x 4-5 cm, yellowish-green, minutely white-lepidote on both sides, densely purple spotted throughout apex apiculate.
100 cm long, 3-4 cm in diameter, erect, glabrous, wine colored; scape bracts the basal ones subfoliaceous, the upper suborbicular, acute and apiculate to acuminate, suberect with recurved apex, its basal portion enfolding the scape and with distinct water-holding capacity, distinctly exceeding the internodes but not hiding the scape, green except for the sometimes reddish-wine adaxial apex, densely covered by white epicuticular wax almost completely obscuring its color.
peduncle suberect to curved, 80-110 cm long, 5-7 mm wide, glandular puberulent, green (drying with a pale midsection); peduncle bracts long attenuate, the lower ones foliaceous, gradually changing to floral bract size; axis 5 mm in diameter; floral bracts ovate, sub-auriculate, acuminate to apiculate in the upper ones, 15-50 mm long, (7-)12-15 mm wide, spreading or reflexed, green to papyraceously when dry, entire, finely nerved, ecarinate, glandular, all longer than the pedicels.
In the equatorial view, the most typical shapes are rhomboidal, apiculate, rectangular, or oval.
5) mm long, globose to ovoid, with obtuse, apiculate apex, conspicuously pitted, white or gray, with tufts or lines of minute, yellowish to purplish hairs; hypogynium distinctly 3-lobed, the lobes oblong to lanceolate, apex obtuse to subacute, appressed to achene base.
subcylindrical to Norris-need compressed, midrib assessment with absent, DNA markers cryptostomata usually present; vesicles elliptical with long apiculate extensions.
5-3 cm long; primary bracts distinctly exceeding the stipes but all shorter than the branches, without notable water-holding capacity, the basal ones resembling the upper scape bracts, the upper ones broadly ovate to orbicular, apex acute and apiculate, 2.
Leaves 12 to 14 in number, suberect-recurved, forming a broadly crateriform rosette; sheaths broadly elliptic, 19-25 x 17-20 cm, subdensely pale-brown lepidote on both sides, greenish or sometimes reddish near the apex; blades linear, not narrowed toward the base, 30-44 x 11-14 cm, glabrescent abaxially, inconspicuously and sparsely white lepidote adaxially, rose-red throughout, more so adaxially or green toward the base and reddish near the apex, bearing dark green, sparsely arranged irregular spots, apex broadly acute to rounded and apiculate, apiculous ca.
Sometimes the stigmatic surface apically projects upwards, forming an edge that gives an apiculate aspect to the branches (e.