terete


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especially of plant parts

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Perianto emergente, plegado desde la base o solamente en la parte distal, terete a ligeramente dorsiventralmente aplanado; boca hialina, lobada y ciliada a ciliadodentada.
5-4 cm de largo, terete, marron; lamina lanceolada a oblanceolada, decurrente sobre el peciolo con las proyecciones alares estrechas que se desvanecen cerca de la base, 5-9.
En otras especies se origina ademas en el septo intermuscular con el pronador terete y fascia antebraquial, como ocurre en H.
Antennae terete, slender, surpassing frontoclypeal suture, with both segment elongate, pedicel covered with short sturdy bristles and 14-16 irregularly arranged sensorial structures.
2-1 mm long, wooly, dendritic, rusty brown hairs with well developed axis and moderate number of terete short to moderately long arms (Wurdack 1980, indumentum type 26), persistent; Mature leaves of each pair equal in size, 3.
Las hojas teretes usualmente son unifaciales (Stern, Morris & Judd, 1994), debido a que el parenquima no esta diferenciado en parenquima de empalizada y esponjoso; por lo tanto, este caracter junto con la morfologia terete de las hojas define a Cohniella dentro de Oncidiinae.
Inflorescencia de apariencia terminal pero se desarrolla en la axila de una rama atrofiada, paniculada-corimbosa, pendula, de 3-5 cm, con 8-12 flores; eje central con 3-4 nudos de ramificacion, primer internodo terete y de 0,9-1,6 cm; paracladios basales 1-1,7cm, con 1 nivel de ramificacion; apice de las ramillas dicasiales; bracteas caedizas 5-7mm.
They agree with that species in the robustness of head and body, relatively blunt snout, strongly ctenoid scales restricted to the posterior two-thirds of body (and no cycloid scales on body or head) much better than with any of the species of the terete, relatively sharp-snouted Microphilypnus.
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.
Although the carmine basic coloration and strongly terete and lamellate antennal segment II of Ellacapsus enable to be easily distinguished from superficially similar phyline genera, the systematic position of this new genus remains unclear.
Subarbustos bajos, ramosos de hasta 60 cm de altos, decumbentes erguidos, tallos amarillo verdosos, con aguijones ligeramente curvos y ensanchados en la base, pubescentes; estipulas acicular acuminadas, 14 mm longitud, estrigosas, peciolo terete, delgado, estrigoso, 3.
Achenes roundly trigonous to terete, globose or ellipsoid; surface smooth, tuberculate (warty), pitted, or lobed, rarely pubescent; hypogynium disk-like, lobed or entire, sometimes absent.
5 mm appendages adnate to the petals for 8-12 mm; stamens completely exposed at anthesis, erect; filaments terete, white, the antesepalous ones free, the antepetalous ones shortly adnate to the petals; anthers linear, 8-10 mm long, filiform at anthesis, fixed near the base, distinctly shorter than the petals; pollen narrowly ellipsoid, sulcate, exine broadly reticulate, lumina subrounded, muri narrowed; style slightly shorter than the petals, white; stigma conduplicate-spreading, blades slightly contorted with recurved apices, densely papillose, white, ca.