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pressed close to or lying flat against something

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Verticils with up to 20 filiform leaves with acute apices, adpressed in the axial plane, inserted at an acute angle (30-45[degrees]), and overlapping 2-4 internodes.
Coloration (Figs 53-56): Carapace low, flat, dark brown with median brownish-yellow longitudinal stripe, slightly broader in posterior part of ocular area, with two lateral yellow bands, covered with white adpressed hairs.
Dondersiidae comprises nine genera and 32 species (Table 1) on the basis of a thin cuticle without skeletal sclerites or epidermal papillae (not unique to this family), and by varying combinations of characters: body with or without posterior end drawn out into fingerlike projection; with two or more types of raised (not adpressed) solid sclerites or one type of adpressed scales; radula monostichous with two or more denticles per row, the central two fused or not fused distally, or radula lacking; ventrolateral foregut glands as groups of extraepithelial unicellular gland cells ("follicles") or as multicellular glands ("type A"); and with or without copulatory spicules.
Thoracic pile predominantly semi-adpressed to adpressed, yellowish white.
is simple or little-branched and densely adpressed white-tomentose perennial herb, up to 75 cm, growing on the open Pinus brutia forest and oak scrub of Antalya, at altitudes up to 1000 m [3].
4 mm width; primary bracts light brown, linear to triangular, 2-25 cm long, 4-6 mm width at the base, long attenuate to acuminate; secondary branches numerous, ascendent to adpressed, 6-13 cm long, pediculated, the pedicles 1-2 cm long; secondary bracts triangular, ca.
In males the tegmina overlap only in the stridulatory area under the pronotum, the short tips are neatly aligned and adpressed at the anal margins along the body midline (Fig.
Inflorescences lateral, erect, paniculate; scape much longer than leaves, emerging from a bundle of bracts and sheaths resembling new rosette borne in the axils of leaves, cylindrical in cross section, 4-5(-10) mm in diameter, light to dark brown, glabrous basally, apically slightly white-lepidote, internodes (2-)4.5-5 cm long, basal bracts of the scape polystichous, narrowly triangular, acute and acuminate, 4.5-7 cm long, 1.4-1.6 cm wide, densely imbricate, conspicuously nerved, densely lepidote abaxially, margins laxly spinose, upper scape bracts polystichous, adpressed to the peduncle, narrowly triangular, acute and acuminate, 2-3.2(-5.5) cm long, 6-7(-9) mm wide, conspicuously lepidote abaxially, sparsely lepidote adaxially, strongly nerved, margins thin, laxly spinose.
A salamander with 13 conspicuous coastal grooves and 12 folds; 3.5 folds between adpressed limbs; foot considerably thicker than hands.
The sclerites are solid and upright (i.e., not hollow or adpressed against the body), and are short to elongate; there can be few types or many (Fig.
For example, ra shug (goat junipercypress) and lug shug (sheep juniper-cypress) are two types of shug pa that have respectively needle-shaped leaves and scalelike adpressed leaves.