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 (kyo͞o′pyə-lāt′, -lĭt) also cu·pu·lar (-lər)
1. Resembling a small cup; cup-shaped.
2. Having or bearing a cupule.
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Adj.1.cupular - shaped like (or supporting) a cupule
concave - curving inward
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Apothecia cupuliform to concave, 2-6 mm in diameter, stipitate, laminal, margin crenate or commonly incised when mature, sometimes the incisions reaching the center of the disc, smooth to sorediate, amphithecium sorediate, disc brown, epruinose, imperforate, smooth or wrinkled; ascospores ellipsoid, sometimes long-ellipsoid, 12-15 x 6-8 [micro]m, episporium ca.
10); apex of 2nd segment with tiny laterointernal cupuliform appendix; distal segment short and cylindrical, distally with 1 extremely long and 2 short setae and 2 dorsal sensorial pores near base.