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Synonyms for coriaceous

resembling or made to resemble leather

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2 to 2 cm, linear-lanceolate, sharp-edged, coriaceous, dark green.
Tegmina compact, coriaceous widened anterior to or at the middle, markedly narrowed apically.
Metapleuron dull coriaceous, with adpressed pilosity in slightly more than posterior half.
5-(13) cm, elliptic-lanceolate, cuspidate apically and acute to obtuse basally, 5-nerved, secondary lateral veins 1-2 mm distant chartaceous to coriaceous, entire, with broadly revolute margins, brownish green and glabrous adaxially, pale rusty-brown abaxially; petioles 18-30 (35) mm long and 1.
Leaves are simple and opposite, decussate, coriaceous, broadly ovate, 9-15cm long and 5-10cm wide.
Mesoscutellum uniformly coriaceous, with transverse depression anteriorly, scutellar foveae separated by median carina (in some paratypes median carina absent).
Legume dark gray, slightly curved, nearly terete in cross section, not constricted between seeds, oblong, 50-100 by 10-15 mm, coriaceous, not striate, glabrous, eglandular, indehiscent; stipe <10 mm long, apex narrowing to a spine-like beak 10-20 mm long.
If winged, the forewings are coriaceous and cover the hind wings and abdomen when at rest and spread out in front of the hind wings when in flight.
Hemelytra" Clavus and corium fused into a coriaceous pad, meeting each other along midline for almost the entire length; hemelytral membrane reduced to small pads, reaching third or fourth abdominal tergum.
Leaves 17 to 20 in number, coriaceous, densely rosulate, suberect, forming a funnelform rosette; sheaths ovate, 12-17 x 9.
The hardness of coriaceous Bambusa phyllostachys pubescens was great because of high content of fibers.
Fruits deflexed (-ascending or divergent), dehiscent (-indehiscent), oblong, subterete or tetragonal (-laterally compressed) in cross section, ovoid in one species, coriaceous.