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- adj. Somewhat rugose; having small wrinkles.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Somewhat rugose.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Finely rugose; full of little wrinkles.
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Head transverse, slightly rugulose; third joint of the antennæ conical; arista thinly plumose; thorax very finely punctured; scutellum almost semicircular; abdomen blue, smooth; tarsi yellow; wings black, dark grey towards the hind border, with whitish points towards the costa; discal transverse vein parted by about its length from the border and by more than its length from the præbrachial transverse.
The _fourth glume_ is slightly shorter than the third, oblong or elliptic, apiculate, minutely rugulose, thinly coriaceous, with bisexual flower;
The _fourth glume_ is broadly ovate, or suborbicular, very concave, coriaceous, transversely rugulose, yellowish brown.
Grain is nearly globose, compressed on one side, obscurely rugulose.
The _fourth glume_ is ovate or oblong, rugulose, chartaceous, apex with a distinct mucro concealed in the second and third glumes; _palea_ same as the glume in texture, etc.
The grain is obovoid, truncate at the apex, and with a small white swelling in the centre at the apex, rugulose, red-brown.
The _fourth glume_ is ovoid-oblong, acute, coriaceous, rugulose, with short broadened stipes, and three faint nerves; _palea_ similar to the glume in texture and markings.
Grain is oblong, obtusely trigonous, or concavo-convex, red-brown and rugulose on the ventral side.
The _fourth glume_ is ellipsoidal, obtuse, chartaceous, minutely and obscurely rugulose, faintly 3-nerved, with the base somewhat thickened.
The = pileus = is thin, conic, bell-shaped to convex and nearly expanded, sometimes with a small umbo, smooth, and finely striate on the margin, in age the striæ sometimes rugulose from the upturning of the margin.