Hapas lack a vestigial fruit and emerge in the axils of tightly appressed
leaves within the transition zone between the peduncle and the stem.
Male and female flagellomeres barrel-shaped, with row of strong setae and circumfila appressed
to flagellomeres (Figs.
A complex ectophallic aedeagal sheath envelops the aedeagal valves as in Aresceutica, but is much less robust and is closely appressed
to the endophallic valves, to which it is attached but not so extensively fused as in Aresceutica.
1 cm long, puberulent to glabrescent externally; calyx lobes 4-5 mm long, oblong, appressed
pubescent on both sides, margins ciliate, calyx bilaterally symmetrical, lateral sepals reclinated in outline; petal limbs ca.
110 Short curved appressed
unlignified hairs with up to two short basal cells and one long apical cell on carpels (0) absent, (1) present.
Pileus 3-9cm wide, convex to hemispherical to flattened; margins straight and flaring to slightly deflexed, sometimes irregular; pileal veil white, cottony, collapsing with age and finally evanescent; pileus surface moist to viscid, yellowish white to pale yellow to yellowish brown, scales brown colored appressed
fibrillose throughout the surface, more prominent towards the margin.
Of course the thousands of people - the poor and the appressed
- with whom she worked knew her and loved her well.
The species is recognized by its glossy brown color, the convex and [+ o -] appressed
, asymmetrical leaves with an expanded ventral portion of the lamina and an auriculate base without or with a short tooth.
The mycelia were white at first, slightly raised, thin and translucent, with some appressed
opaque white areas.
Finally, a markedly appressed
leaf position was a consistent feature of all the Cryphaeaceae.
On the first day of anthesis, the flowers were functionally male; the fused anthers extended upward and were dehisced with the style retracted within the staminal tube and the stigmadc lobes appressed
. On the second day of anthesis, the florets were functionally female with the style elongated and stigmatic lobes open and recurved.
The ostiola of fig species associated with extant Hexapus morphotypes, have an entrance morphology not found in other fig groups, and are usually protracted at the bottom of a cavity in the apex of the syconium (Berg, 2009); they have several layers of superficial interlocking horizontal appressed
bracts; (spiral entrance), followed by a series of inflexed bracts pointing inwards into the syconial cavity; (linear entrance).