When mature, the ascomata open irregularly to expose the bitunicate, globose to subglobose asci, elliptic to claviform
These stridulating setae are currently called claviform
(Perez-Miles et al.
During this period, the hair bulbs become wider and larger, the hair roots go up, the claviform
hair is formed, and the dermal papillae get in contact with the epithelia.
Shape of long gonostylus: claviform
(0) (Figure 17); cylindrical (1) (Figure 18)
Dorsal face of all tarsi and cymbium with two irregular longitudinal rows of very short claviform
The species of Senna can be identified morphologically by the absence of bracteoles on the flower pedicel, the presence of claviform
to pyramidal convex extrafloralnectaries, and cylindrical or flat-compressed fruit with inert dehiscence.
Foretarsal sensillum t1 is claviform
, sensillum t3 is long and lancet-like (Bonet & Tuxen 1960) or finger-like, sensillum b' is present, the base of sensillum d is closer to base of c than to base of e, and the position of sensillum a' is close to the base of t1.
A short Conochitina species with a clear flexure and shoulder, both the slightly claviform
chamber as well as the neck are of nearly equal length; the convex base shows a mucron and a concentric ridge; the vesicle wall has a microgranulous surface and the aperture is straight.
gallica is cylindrical, often has a claviform
thickening at the bottom .
Branches firm, spongy, smooth, 4-5 mm in diam., with rounded apices, formed by utricles that are constricted at base and claviform
and rounded at apices, 450-1000 [micro]m long and 100-350 [micro]m wide.
The fruits exhibited ovoid to claviform
shapes, and only F.
Some pieces of portable art have been also found, including a fragment of a small bone plaquette with a series of engraved "claviform
" signs that show a clear parallel with the signs of the same type painted in red in the inner gallery of the cave.