Ferrugineous

Related to Ferrugineous: Ferruginous Duck, ferruginous bodies

Fer`ru`gin´e`ous


a.1.Ferruginous.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A case study in the taxonomic confusion of the period is provided by an unnamed "dwarf Magnolia with round leaves, ferrugineous on the underside" that Parsons received from Thomas Hogg in late 1873 (S.
Morphology and development rates of males and females of Xyleborus ferrugineous (Fabr.) (Coleoptera : Scolytidae) during metamorphosis.
The interaction Of Xyleborus ferrugineous (Coleoptera : Scolytidae) behavior and initial reproduction in relation to its symbiotic fungi.
Branchlets of second year rough, and lower surface of leaves with ferrugineous, somewhat floccose hairs indicate the influence of A.
Fore legs light orange with tarsus infuscate, mid legs orange, with tarsus light brown, hind legs with coxa, trochanter and trochantellus orange, with tibia orange, with apex ferrugineous; tarsus mostly white, with tarsomere 1 ferruginous at base, tarsomere 5 mostly ferruginous.
10 cm wide, 2-3 times branched, lax, densely covered by a ferrugineous indument with the exception of the petals, with 10 to 14 brown, ascending, spreading, ellipsoid branches 3,5-4 cm apart and with 4-6 terminal spikes; peduncle ca.
Hysterothecia gregarious, erumpent, superficial, straight to flexuous, irregular in shape especially when crowded, 0.47-1.80 x 0.28-0.57 mm, lips more or less open exposing a narrow red disc; pseudoparaphyses hyaline, abundant, filiform, branched, longer than asci; epithecium ferrugineous to red-brown, 3 % KOH staining purple; asci cylindrical-claviform, (4-)8-spored, 110-180 x 14-20 [micro]m; ascospores reddish brown, uniseriate to biseriate, muriform, appearance not parenchymatic, with 4-6 transverse and 1 longitudinal septa, ellipsoid, constricted at the median septum, 16-26(-28) x 8-10 [micro]m.
Original colour descriptions have also been very helpful, since they indicated the presence of either micas or ferrugineous compounds.
Indumentum of stalked glandular and/or elongate and eglandular hairs, or ferrugineous, peltate scales.