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having no hair or similar growth

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Clypeus wider than long (2.8:1.0), anterior border widely curved, with margin clearly elevated, surface convex at center, punctate laterally, glabrous. Frons wider than long (2.5:1.0), slightly concave, with regularly distributed, dense punctures, glabrous, 3.5x wider than 1 eye diameter.
Inflorescences simple, without vegetative leaves, borne near base of younger stems in axils of deciduous earliest leaves, mostly single but occasionally in pairs, 3.5-10 cm long, containing 6-18 flowers with the flowers decussate or distally in no consistent order, the axes densely and persistently appressed-tomentose or the pedicel glabrescent late in maturation of fruit; bracts 2-2.5 mm long, broadly ovate, abaxially sericeous or distally glabrescent, adaxially glabrous, eglandular; peduncle 0-2.5 mm long in fruit; bracteoles like bracts but smaller, 1-1.5 mm long, one of the pair sometimes bearing a large abaxial gland; pedicel 4.5-6 mm long in fruit.
Floral bract subulate, thin, glabrous (exceptionally with 2 or 3 apical trichomes), 1-nerved, half the length of the sepals, 2.5-3 x 1.5 mm.
Elytral distinctly wider at base than pronotum, strongly convex; humeral calli rather prominent; lateral margins broadly and entirely explanate; humeral angles obtuse but not rounded; dorsal surface glabrous, punctuation on elytra slightly larger than those on head, each with a row of large punctures along the external side and with a row of gross punctures forming sutural striae expanding to apex of elytra.
Leaves alternate; sessile; blades linear, graminiform, long, parallel-veined, margin entire, glabrous. Capitulescences monocephalous, terminal; capitula long-pedunculate, heterogamous, radiate; receptacle epaleate; involucre multiseriate.
5 + Leaves are corymb glabrous; stamens 20 and styles 2 or 3...............................................2.
Paxillus MacLeay, 1819 can be recognized by anterior angles of clypeus, in dorsal view, not visible, very reduced, completely under the frons; external tubercles with an acute apex, directed downwards; prosternal process always pentagonal; metasternal disc glabrous and wholly delimited (Reyes-Castillo, 1973).
Adult gametophytes: Thirty days after sowing, the adult gametophyte in both species of Acrostichum is cordiform-spathulate or cordiform-reniform, and glabrous. It has broad wings, a thin cushion, and a deep notch.