ephemerous

Related to ephemerous: ephemeral, ephemeris

ephemerous

(ɪˈfɛmərəs)
adj
1. (Zoology) zoology relating to an ephemeron
2. short-lived
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As a builder of bridges in this universe of ephemerous transactions, Wayne Lewis confronts the era to characterize an ensemble of gestures that is after all a circulatory system, a mechanism that escapes static thought.
Basidiomata up to 20 mm wide; exoperidium surface velutinous; mycelial layer ephemerous with age, coriaceous, forming a cup under the basidioma; endoperidium dark brown Geastrum javanicum 13.
schweinitzii in its ephemerous and velutinous mycelial layer, and darker endoperidium, while the latter differs in its hairy exoperidium and smaller basidiospores, up to 3 [micro]m diam.
Considering the example set by other social movements, as well as for the black movement, technological convergence and possibilities of experimentation with technology have provided modes of appropriation and social uses that are oftentimes characterized as being diffuse, ephemerous and multi-dimensional, escaping more traditional organizational logic.
The South American Ambrosia tenuifolia has been found as an ephemerous casual in this area in the vicinity of Llinars del Valles and Sant Celoni (Casasayas, La flora al.loctona de Catalunya, Tesi doctoral (ined.), 880 pp., 1989).
and there is probably only one previous European record: the species has been recorded recently as an ephemerous casual with imported Phoenix spec.
In the past, Chloris truncata used to be a rather regular but ephemerous wool-alien in various European countries: Belgium, the Czech Republic, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Sweden, ...