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The clusters of paniculate inflorescences borne terminally stand out prominently and the butterflies were found to be attracted to them even from a long distance.
Inflorescence terminal and usually axillary, paniculate to rarely spicate; bracts 1-3, leaf-like, reduced ascending or erect; peduncles present or not, trigonous, smooth or scabridulous on the angles.
Inflorescence shortly paniculate, densely bipinnate, 22-30 cm long (including the terminal branch), 11-13 cm in diameter, erect, rachis nearly straight, green, glabrous, 0.
This saxicolous species is characterized by its 3-4-pinnate, paniculate, red inflorescences, with spikes 40 cm long, red floral bracts, erect or sub erect, not imbricate, pedicellate flowers and sepals 3 mm connate.
The soluble and paniculate organic matter in the supematant was separated by Millipore filtration under vacuum through a Whatman GMF 2.
All VW diesel engines are environmentally friendly but this one went a stage further with the fitment of a diesel paniculate filter, designed to minimise remaining traces of particulate matter.
Each rosette can produce a single, 1-2 m tall paniculate inflorescence with [sim]150-500 cosexual flowers containing 200-400 ovules each.
Numerous small flowers are borne in dense paniculate inflorescences at the end of the stem.
Description: Small star-shaped flowers at the tips of cymose or paniculate branching stems.
I'm thinking of the pink and white Baby's Breath, Gyposophile paniculate, which always looks like a cloud of colour which puffs out to fill in the space around it.
Plants produce a paniculate inflorescence 20-80 cm tall, consisting of a terminal raceme and one to 12 lower racemes, and possessing 20-250 flowers.
In the panicula of spikelets, the branches may have their internodes more or less lengthened or completely shortened, looking like lateral capitula or heads (densely paniculate inflorescence; Scirpodendron Zipp.
24 to 36 mm wide near the base, 40-44 mm in the middle, 40-41 mm near the apex; inflorescence originating from the base of the pseudobulb, one per pseudobulb, paniculate, ca.