The reddish-brown color is due to the coating of fibrils that covers the cap.
This plumps the fibres, separates the fibrils and kills the grease.
In the midst of these fibrils he finds the nuclei of these cells.
This part of the corium is so exceedingly close that the fibrils are scarcely recognizable.
Occasionally in Crocus corms some of the fibrils may be met with much ...