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The extreme apex is bifid, the lower process being rounded, the upper more pointed.
In M. Typhon it is longer than the anterior ones, and bifid at the apex; in M. lanigerum they are equal in length.
In Cœlioxys conica and others, those of the latter sex are bifid at the apex, but those of the former acute.
Tendrils semi-continuous to semi-intermittent, bifid, dehisce early.
The teeth of all species of Smilisca are spatulate and bifid.
In the latter case, it was divided in the centre like a fork, and was called the bifid beard.
Canes long to medium, numerous, covered with rather thick blue bloom; tendrils intermittent, bifid and trifid.
Canes long, numerous, covered with considerable blue bloom; tendrils intermittent, bifid.
Canes long to medium, of average number, thick; internodes long; tendrils continuous to intermittent, bifid to sometimes trifid.
Canes long, not very numerous; tendrils intermittent to rarely continuous, bifid to trifid.

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