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Adj.1.adpressed - pressed close to or lying flat against somethingadpressed - pressed close to or lying flat against something; "adpressed hairs along the plant's stem"; "igneous rocks...closely appressed by this force"-L.V.Pirsson
close - at or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other; "close to noon"; "how close are we to town?"; "a close formation of ships"
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199) chocolate-brown with slightly darker ocular region; fovea strongly everted into adpressed horn-like protrusion (Fig.
Asterophyllites lycopodioides has 4-6 acicular leaves of similar size, but these are closely adpressed to the axis and only slightly curved.
Coloration (Figs 41-44): Carapace low, flat, brown with median and two lateral yellow bands, covered with white adpressed hairs.
Dorsal fin elongated in males, pointed, rays 7-8 much more elongated than remaining rays, filamentous, tips reaching at least distal margin of caudal fin when adpressed to the body; anal fin pointed in males, pointed, rays 78 much more elongated than remaining rays, filamentous, tips reaching distal margin of caudal fin when adpressed to body; dorsal and anal fins just slightly pointed in females.
Glaucous abaxial surface, with a white-greyish pubescence, resultant from high density of stellate, fasciculate and multi-stellate trichomes, adpressed, with short and long rays, the long rays 12-17(19) [micron]m long, the short ones with (<20 [micron]m long), with more than 8 filaments (8-15).
Epidermal sclerite terms used here are scales = flat, small, with or without raised rim, may be adpressed or raised; rods = elongate, either flattened, ovate, or circular in cross-section, raised; trowel-like = with a rim, U-shaped in cross-section, and a stem; skeletal = entirely within cuticle.
Postocular area covered with adpressed white hairs on lower half of head, but without hairs on upper half.
4G-H); tibial spines absent on fore and middle tibia, arranged in single row, long and pale on hind tibia; antenna with short, semierect to adpressed pale simple setae.
is branched and adpressed white-silky greyish tomentose perennial herb, up to 100 cm, growing on the pine forest and roadsides of Akseki (Antalya), at altitudes up to 1600 m [3].