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Cookeina - Species
... subsessile to stipitate, 5–19 mm in diameter when dry, receptacle surface smooth gelatinous layer present in the inner ectal excipulum, 40–50 µm thick, cells of ... Apothecia deeply discoid, up to 15 mm in diameter, sessile to stipitate, stalks less than 4 mm long hymenium ochraceous-oray, receptacle concolorous with or lightly darker than the hymenium when dry, surface ... Apothecia deeply cupulate, 3–6 mm in diameter when dry ectal excipulum of texture subglobulosa to textura angularis, with a gelatinous layer about 40–85 µm thick in ectal excipulum triangular scalelike ...
Libocedrus Yateensis
... arranged in opposite decussate pairs on the shoots the facial leaves are 1.5–2 mm long and 1 mm broad, and the lateral leaves slightly larger, 2–5 mm long and 1–2 mm broad ... The seed cones are cylindrical, 9–10 mm long, with four scales each with a prominent curved spine-like bract they are arranged in two opposite decussate pairs around a small central ... The pollen cones are 5–8 mm long ...
Litsea Reticulata - Description - Leaves, Flowers and Fruit
5 to 10 cm long, blunt or slightly pointed, the leaves are veiny underneath ... Leaf stalks are 5 to 12 mm long ... from November to April, being a purple/black 14 mm long drupe, in a green cup shaped receptacle, with a single seed, 11 mm long ...
Synthesiomyia Nudiseta - Life Cycle
... source of their food and lay their eggs, which are about 1.3 mm long ... The first instar of the larval stage is between 1.5–3 mm long ... At the second instar, the larvae are 3–7 mm long and have a very high level of viability ...
Nepenthes Ovata - Description
... The stem grows to 5 m in length and 6 mm in diameter ... Internodes are cylindrical and up to 15 cm long ... Tendrils may be up to 18 cm long ...

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