10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «VENULOSE»
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Flowering Plants and Ferns of Arizona
Stems narrowing at ground level, easily disarticulating from the tuberous roots;
flowers dark blue, the upper petals bicolored, prominently venulose; plant of pine
forests 3. D. pinetorum. 4. Stems not narrowing at ground level, persistent upon ...
Thomas Henry Kearney, Robert Hibbs Peebles, 1942
Stems narrowing at ground level, easily disarticulating from the tuberlike roots ;
flowers dark blue, the upper petals bicolored, prominently venulose; plants of
pine forests 3. D. Nelsoni 4. Stems not narrowing at ground level, persistent upon
Thomas Henry Kearney, Robert Hibbs Peebles, 1960
Flora of Mauritius and the Seychelles
Leaves petioled, alternate ; leaflets 6-8, usually opposite, sessile, coriaceous,
obovate-oblong, obtuse or subacute, glabrous, venulose shining, 2-4 in. long ;
base much narrowed. Flowers in dense axillary panicles, shorter than the leaves,
The Genus Gouldia (Rubiaceae)
Waikane-Schofield Trail, Kahana, alt. 730 meters, October 16, 1932, Fosberg
8806, (h.fl.-i.fr.) : internodes 1-4 cm long, mostly 1-2 cm, leaves a trifle wide for var
. coriacea, petioles up to 2 mm thick, somewhat venulose, thyrse loose, ...
Francis Raymond Fosberg, 1937
Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin
_42. 42. Leaves broadly elliptical, oval, or broadly oblong, 7-10 cm. long,
venulose beneath 43. 42. Leaves lanceolate, narrowly oblong, or narrowly
elliptical, usually less than 6 cm. long, not strongly venulose H. acuminata f.
hirtella (97). 43.
Manual of the Trees of North America (exclusive of Mexico)
Leaves memhranaceous, reticulate- venulose, deciduous. Flowers, solitary
pedicellate, nodding; sepals ovate, smaller than the petals, grcen, deciduous;
petals imhricated in the hud, hypogynous, sessile, ovate or ohovate-ohlong, ...
Charles Sprague Sargent, 1965
Vegetation and Flora of the Sonoran Desert
C. reticulata Leaves thin, smooth or faintly scaberulous above, lightly reticulate-
venulose beneath; pedicels shorter to slightly longer than petioles 4. C. laevigata
var. brevipes 1. Celtis iguanaea ( Jacq.) Sarg., Silva 7: 64, 1 895 Rhamnus ...
Forrest Shreve, Ira Loren Wiggins, 1964
A Manual of the Flowering Plants of California
Sepals bristly and finely pubescent, not venulose ; leaves not glaucous 6. P.
heteruphylla. Sepals bristly mostly or only on margins, transversely venulose ;
leaves sub- glaucous beneath 7. P. corymbosa. Leaves pinnatifid with usually
Results of the Fifth George Vanderbilt Expedition, 1941: ...
Ventral axillary scales long, slender, 1* in fin. Cheek, pre- opercle and opercle
rather feebly venulose and venulose suprascapular region distinct. Abdominal
serrae 17 + 13. D. iv, 13, first branched ray If in total head FISHES — FOWLER
Three pairs of glabellar furrows are present; the posterior furrows are forked and
the glabellar lobes are tumid. The glabella and the border are minutely granulose
; the interocular cheeks are granulose and venulose; the brim is finely venulose ...
Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, 1967