conglutinate

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cause to adhere

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stick together

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45[degrees] from the rachis, opening during the day, becoming somewhat secund-pendant postanthesis; sepals broadly elliptic, acute, 12-14 mm long, the adaxial pair slightly carinate, 1-3 mm connate, nerved, becoming rugose when dried, pure white; corolla erect with spreading lobes; petals lanceolate, broadly acute, 18-22 mm long, naked, conglutinated into a tube for 8--10 mm, pure white; stamens and style included.
Flowers spreading at 30[degrees]-45[degrees] from the axis at anthesis, each with a 3-7 x 2 mm pedicel, opening during the day; sepals elliptic, broadly acute to obtuse, cucculate, 23-26 mm long, basally connate for 10-12 mm, thin, nerved, glabrous, yellow; corolla erect, spreading at the apex; petals spathulate, acute, 26-28 mm long, conglutinated into a tube for 20 mm, naked, yellow.
Flowers with a stout 1-4 mm pedicel, spreading at ca 15[degrees] from the axis at anthesis, opening during the day; sepals elliptic, acute, 12-19 mm, the adaxial pair carinate and 3 mm connate, green, drying castaneous; corolla erect, the lobes spreading; petals narrowly oblanceolate, obtuse, 35-40 mm long, conglutinated into a tube for ca 20 mm, naked, creamy-yellow to yellow; pistil and stamens included.