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Synonyms for coriaceous

resembling or made to resemble leather

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Culm leaves 12-17 cm long, non-overlapping, deciduous; sheaths 10-12 cm long, 3.5-5 cm wide at the base, the leaf blades 1.8-4.5 cm long, triangular, abaxially and adaxially glabrous, the margins ciliate when young, glabrous when old; inner ligule a coriaceous rim 0.5-1 mm long, irregular, ciliate; oral setae absent; fimbriae at the apex of the sheath on both sides of the blade, 1-3 mm long, ca.
polyantha had coriaceous leaves, 7x4.5cm, with ovate-elliptical shape, three main veins and the absence of prickle-like structures.
The mesosoma with setae only on the pronotum laterally; the mesoscutum anteriorly microreticulate or delicately coriaceous, smooth and shiny posteriorly; notauli incomplete, absent or very indistinct in the anterior 1/4 of the mesoscutum; the mesoscutellum only slightly elongated, nearly quadrangular, uniformly rugose; scutellar foveae indistinctly delimited, with a shiny smooth bottom.
2 mm thick near the base, strongly coriaceous, distinctly channeled, green but the color completely obscured by a coarse and dense layer of cinereous-white trichomes abaxially and adaxially, trichomes with margins suberect, irregularly and shortly lacerate, giving a scurfy appearance to the blades, inconspicuously nerved abaxially, margins straight to slightly recurved, densely to subdensely spinose, spines narrowly triangular, flattened, straight to antrorse-uncinate, densely white-lepidote except for the castaneous glabrous apex, 2-4 mm long, 1.5-2.5 mm wide at base, 2-10 mm apart.
streptophylla is placed in subgroup 5 along with species characterized by presenting features of xeric species such as coriaceous leaves, foliar sheaths usually inflated and forming partially hollow pseudobulbs with ants often inhabiting them.
Perigynia coriaceous; lateral spikes (with perigynia) gynaecandrous, up to 12 cm long 2 1.
In contrast, the south-facing slopes, under the Mediterranean sun, are covered with holm oaks, which are woods that are evergreen and coriaceous and tolerant of dry and hot conditions (see an autumnal view of this same zone in fig.
is distinguished from other species of Tanaostigmodes by the following characters: head and body light brown to yellow, interantennal projection small but present; scape 3.5 x as long as wide, with a slight ventral expansion; each successive funicular segment slightly wider than the preceding one; scutellum coriaceous; speculum separated from posterior margin of forewing by more setae (on the ventral surface of the wing) than a single line representing the subcubital vein; ventral margin of hind femur without a sub apical denticle.
variabilis is represented by brown colonial polyps of coriaceous texture, not much concentrated, reaching max.
Perianth dimorphism increases evolutionarily within the order (Bartlett & Specht, 2010), with the highest amount of dimorphism recognized in the Costaceae which has sepals that are significantly smaller, more coriaceous, and differently colored than the petals of the same species.
1 mm thick near the base, thinly coriaceous mainly toward the base, suberect-arcuate, slightly channeled, dark green to slightly bronze colored, abaxially densely and coarsely white-lepidote with trichomes obscuring the color of the blade, finely nerved, adaxially subdensely white lepidote only at the base and glabrous toward the apex, apex long attenuate-caudate; margins laxly spinose, spines narrowly triangular, acicular and pale castaneous toward the apex, 0.5-1.5 mm long, 0.5-1 mm wide at base, 6-11 mm apart, slightly to distinctly antrorse-uncinate.
The young leaflets collected were red, smaller, and membranaceous while mature leaflets were dark green, larger, and coriaceous (Figs.