spathulate


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spathulate

(ˈspæθjʊlɪt)
adj
(Botany) another word for spatulate2
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2E), the activity of which resulted in the acquisition of a spathulate shape.
All the floral segments of Euanthe are broadly ovate to circular; in Vanda the floral segments of the majority of the species are spathulate (spoon-shaped).
Go moth trapping, watching for marine life or go insearch of the Spathulate Fleawort - a plant that grows here and nowhere else in the world
The cusp of these teeth is generally obliquely trigonal and rather coarsely dentate, with the central denticle often spathulate, but in Granata the cusps are less oblique and, like the rachidian, finely serrate (Fig.
The leaves] are named: cuneiform and ensiform, spathulate and saggitate and their margins are serrated, lapidary, lobed (17)
hanangensis the lateral margins of the supra-anal plate are slightly undulating and continuously narrowing towards their posterior ends; the male cerci are not spathulate at their tips.
5 mm, free, entire, pale green, finely nerved, thin in texture, inconspicuously white-lepidote along the central-distal portion to glabrous, the adaxial ones carinate with keels decurrent on the ovary, the abaxial one obtusely if at all carinate; petals spathulate, apex rounded and remotely apiculate, ca.