papillose


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of or relating to or resembling papilla

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pilosus###typical papillose pattern, large, conical or broad and###density to moderate###multi-ribbed###peaks topped with wax.
Aboard the Beneteau 44-7, Mr Beaks Ribs, David Beak and his melded crew were celebrating their Division B win over the Archambault A4o, Papillose, owned by Phil Molony.
Hypogynium obscurely trigonous, with a whitish papillose crust, lacking tubercles 4.
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.
The white sucker, Catostomus commersonii (Laccpede) is a slender, terete fish with heavily papillose lips and very small scales that reaches a maximum length and weight of 635 mm and 3.
Underwater identification and comparison: Feia nympha resembles a very small pale Gobiopsis or Callogobius in having of papillose ridges on the head but is distinguished from both genera by presence of two rows of papillae on the chin which converge together posteriorly to form a V or \ / structure.
5 mm long, base slightly dilated, filiform above, sparsely papillose to epapillose white; stamens with filaments 7-9 mm long, white, anthers 0,5 mm long and wide, yellowish brown.
These fronds bear 25-30 pairs of lateral pinnae, the middle ones 4-8 cm length x 1-2 cm width, lanceolate to triangular-lanceolate in outline, almost horizontal, contiguous to imbricate, briefly petiolulate, with an acute apex, a symmetric or somewhat asymmetric base, often auriculate and overlapping the rachis, with crenate papillose margins.
Spores 12,5-20,0 [micro]m, brownish, finely papillose.
Peristome well developed; exostome yellowish, lower outside ornamentation dotted (reticulate at high magnification), upper outside ornamentation papillose, border broad; endostome hyaline to yellowish, basal membrane high, 40-45% of endostome height, segments narrowly perforated, papillose, strongly papillose in upper part, cilia 2-3, long, nodose.
Wide-ranging, large carnivores, such as lynx and wolverines, have been reported as well as little-known, old-forest species such as the red-backed vole and the papillose tail-dropper.
Seeds oblong to obconical, angulate, light-brown, epidermis papillose striate, 2-2.