Hypanthium campanulate, abaxially hairless or rarely tomentose
. Inflorescence corymb, 5-7 flowered; peduncle tomentose
in young condition, quickly hairless; Hypanthium campanulate, abaxially hairless or rarely tomentose
ochraceus was based on the diagnostic characteristics of the species (Gentry, 1992), especially the underside of the densely tomentose
, whitish-brownish leaves with stellate trichomes that almost conceal the leaf surface and a calyx with long trichomes (7 mm).
Anamorph on the natural substrate from isotype (WSP 69635): Conidiogenous structure on tomentose
tissue Sepia (63).
Closed examination revealed that specimen from Bungo Range National Park has several distinguishing morphological characteristics, i.e., elliptic and oblong-elliptic leave with caudate apex, being bilobed with tomentose
and black stripes at the margin of the ligule, orange flower, a widening cup-shaped stigma with cilia, and distinct trilobed (Table 1, Figures 2 and 3).
Leaflets semi-succulent, 21-88 X 9-41 mm, pilose to tomentose
, midrib excentric; nectary pyramidal; flowers c.
Except for Stangeria eriopus, the stem apices of all cycad species bear short, triangular, woody, often tomentose
, modified leaves with a pointed free end, known as cataphylls (Fig.
The branches are striate, grey tomentose
. The leaves are pinnately trifoliate and the petioles are 0.5-1.5 inches long, stipules are minute.
Spores in Phaeangium are ornamented at maturity and a have tomentose
peridium, whereas Picoa juniperi has smooth spores and no tomentum.
It is also terete, fulvous tomentose
; lamina 7-17(-23) A-7.5-15cm, broad elliptic-ovate or sub- orbicular.
Sepals abaxially densely tomentose
and adaxially glabrous, incurved in anthesis, the 4 lateral sepals abaxially biglandular, the anterior sepal eglandular.
Original description of Toxotus auricomusThe pubescence of the body is slightlylonger, extraordinary dense, tomentose
, golden yellow; it covered dorsal surface completely.