Not only did Bergerson see palindromes as poetry; "poetry," he declares in his book, "is evocation." Perhaps this explains why one may haply see a senile heresiologist, urceolate
Nita, veer as a swallow amid celestial lives, mellific Ida, eleemosynary tramps and all of their etymological ilk in these palindroverses.
Five corolla shapes (tubular, slender tubular, tubular-funnel, campanulate and urceolate
Ficus is characterized by its unique flask-like urceolate
inflorescence (fig or syconium) with internal staminate and pistillate flowers and a small circular or split-shaped terminal orifice, the ostiolum, barred by stiff bracts, through which the symbiotic pollinating wasps must pass to reach the syconial cavity, oviposit in some of the female florets that become galls, where their larvae develop, and pollinate some of them that become seeds.
Leaflets chartaceous; calyx slightly urceolate
; corolla pubescent, white passing to cream, with white to cream fauces ...
The section Nais was described basis on the urceolate
shape of the perigone and arcuate-recurved inner tepals of Cypella aquatilis Ravenna, the type of the section, C.
The ericad genus Lyonia Nutt, shows patterns in floral morphology consistent with a bumble bee pollination syndrome, including urceolate
corollas, poricidal anthers, and pendulous fragrant inflorescences (Faegri and van der Pijl, 1979; Judd, 1981; Navarro et al, 2007; Willmer, 2011).
The most peculiar characters of this taxon are located in the flowers, which are strongly zygomorphic with an urceolate
and markedly bilateral calyx; sepals are light yellow (lower altitude populations) or purple (higher altitude populations); there are existing populations that show yellow-purplish sepals as an intermediate character; the adaxial sepals are larger than the abaxial; the abaxial are suborbicular to broadly ovate-cordate, forming a distinctive banner like hood, keeled, 4-6 x 6-8 mm; petals are subincluded or barely exserted, purplish or brownish, especially on the veins.
Pistillate inflorescences capitate, arranged in 2-5 racemes, each with 4-7 flowers, peduncles to 20 mm long, congested in anthesis, expanded after fertilization, pedicels short < 1mm long; involucre well differentiated 1-2 mm long, sacciform to urceolate
in shape, very thick, with 4-5 lanceolated lobes < 1 mm long, bicolor, the basal half darker than the upper; stigma somewhat exserted, lobed and decurrent; lower part of the perianth consists of 4 lanceolate involucral bracts 1 mm long; indumentum densely short velutinous; no staminodes are present.