Stromata effused, applanate to pulvinate; 0.7-80 mm long x 0.5-40 mm broad x 0.8-1 mm thick, with inconspicuous perithecial mounds up to 1/4 exposed; surface Umber (9) with grey tones when young, becoming black to blackish when old; brown to black granules immediately beneath surface, brown granules detected by microscopic examination in water; KOH-extractable pigments pale Olivaceous
Grey (121); the tissue below the perithecial layer inconspicuous, black.
Other species found in the lake are the rare plain swamp hen (Amaurornis olivaceous
) and the endemic species of freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus mindorensis).
S griseicapillus Woodcreeper 119.
Live specimens predominantly olivaceous
, densely spotted in pale yellow or light brown, with a pale yellow dorsomedian line extending along head, pro- and mesothorax; body ventrally light-colored, with a dark median line extending along the body except sub-genital plate; tegmina and costal region of hind wing dark olive or brownish green with venation vivid light green.
Biosynthesis of Silver Nanoparticles from Streptomyces olivaceous
and its antimicrobial activity.
Chelemys macronyx was caught about equally in the two forests, but Loxodontomys micropus and Abrothrix olivaceous
were caught much more often in the Moist Forest and the Dry Forest respectively.
A colour change from olivaceous
green to yellow in both tubes indicates as positive for anaerobic growth (fermentation).
Conidia were multicellular, smoothwalled, olivaceous
brown, ovoidal to broadly clavate, curved at subterminal cell from the base, and had three septa [Figure 2].
sanborni has a more distinct, orange-yellow eye ring, the dorsal color is more olivaceous
than in S.
Regular margins that formed concentric zonation showed olivaceous
black on reverse.
 The conidia were smooth walled, olivaceous
brown in color, four-celled with 3 septae and a larger sub-terminal cell.
Effects of dietary nutrient on the biological index and serum chemistry of juvenile Olive flounder Paralichthys olivaceous
achieving compensatory growth.