serrulate


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minutely serrated

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Leaf margin###long spinulose serrate###crenulate-serrate or near###shortly spinulose-###obtusely serrate, serrulate,
Second Maxilliped (Figure 2e): Endopod 5-segmented, distal segment ending in 1 strong distal and 2 sub-distal spines, sub-distal segment rounded distally with long serrulate setae; exopod absent.
Evergreen trees, monoecious; leaves spirally arranged, sessile, lanceolate or linearlanceolate, serrulate, 3-7 cm long; pollen cones narrowly oblong in 1-5 terminal fascicles, each with 8-20 cones; ovulate cones globose, ovoid, or cylindric-ovoid, 3-5 cm long and wide, scales sessile, imbricate, leathery; seeds flat, with 2 narrow, lateral wings.
Type 2 setae are highly modified, serrulate setae (setae with small elongate or scale-like serrate setules) found in the middle area of Mx2 Bas1 + 2, but they are not arranged in strict rows (Fig.
* Serrulate: the margins have small, saw-like teeth, and are much smaller than serrate.
8) golden to dark brown in color, keeled above shoulder, distinctly serrulate at margins (Fig.
Blades are present principally in young parts of thallus, thin, linear-lanceolate, clearly serrulate (toothed), subpercurrent, with a rib, usually dichotomously divided 1-4 times, 3-3.5 cm long and 1-1.5 cm wide.
Aedeagus flattened, in lateral view concave ventrally, broadening from base to large, curved dorsal process located at about 2/3 length; abruptly narrowed in apical V4 to ventrally curved, acuminate apex; distal third with ventral margin weakly serrulate. Segment 10 in lateral view quadrate, roughly as long as tall, ventrocaudally bearing a pair of strongly developed, widely separated processes, broadest basally, caudally curved, and narrowing to sharp apex.
sectio Halochloa Main axis upright (Kutzing) and short; primary Yoshida axes bicuspid to tricuspid; secondary axis always shorter than primary axis; basal leaves retroflex; receptacles flattened or triqueterous with smooth or serrulate margins.
Uppermost leaves oblong, ovate, or lanceolate; basal leaves dentate, serrate, or serrulate; fruit 2.5-3.5 mm; sepals persistent 13 13(12).
When present, apical pinna is lanceate, with attenuate apex, enlarged base, often incised, divided or lacerated; lateral pinnae 25-30 (35) pairs, 4-8 cm long x 1-2 cm wide, lanceolate to triangular-lanceolate, almost horizontal, contiguous to imbricate, briefly petiolulate, with an acute apex, a symmetric or asymmetric base, often auriculate and overlapping the rachis, crenate and subtly serrulate, papillate margins.
LEAF DESCRIPTION: SIMPLE, 1 1/2" to 2" long and 1" wide, ovate shape with serrulate margins, OPPOSITE arrangement.