Sporoderm is 4 [micro]m thick, formed by perispore and exospore
. Perispore is microrugulate with rugulae homogenously distributed; it is adhered to exospore
in young spores but tends to detach; detaching usually begins at the laesure zone in mature spores.
Mature spores have a dense exospore
coat, a pale endospore, and single rows of 8-11 polar tubule coils (Figure 2, panels B, C).
These changes are: #20, quadriseriate branching of axes/leaves absent [right arrow] throughout; #28, stele with radiating arms of xylem absent [right arrow] as rounded lobes; #41, radial axis/rachis trace round-elliptical [right arrow] lobed; #46, position of protoxylem in rachis/axis toward no face [right arrow] toward several faces; and #88, exospore
surface nearly smooth or plain [right arrow] obviously sculptured.
68 of length 9: Aserinsky (family name, OED), ater-miner, afternoons, aucthores, avengings, axenfelds (eye problem), brimmings, bucklings, bydweller, Cogglesby (proper noun, OED savage), crepillit, cwelleras, Dominguez (personal name), drillings, drinkings, duellings, duffields (type of cloth, OED half-thick), dweller by, dwellings, dwillings, exospores
(OSPD), frillings, fumositez (c 1400 q, OED original), grillings, grimoires, grip-knobs, Posht-e Waz (Afghanistan) 8 of length 10: ascriptive, aucthorite, aucthorize, by-drinking, Emi Klingue (Libya)