umbraculiform

umbraculiform

(ʌmˈbrækjʊlɪˌfɔːm)
adj
umbrella-shaped
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cordifolia have orbicular leaves, rounded or cordate at base, often bullate, usually green; inflorescence spherical at first, usually becoming umbraculiform with spreading branches; flowers mostly spreading or erect, broadly campanulate; petals broadly ovate to orbicular, abruptly contracted into the claw (Yeo, 1966).
Style shape: 0 = cylindrical to slightly dilated at tip, 1, clavate; 2, strongly dilated at tip; 3, umbraculiform; 4, deeply lobed.