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The calyptra (fig. 24) is half-cleft (dimidiate) and very hairy.
To dimidiate two coats of arms, the dexter half of one shield was conjoined to the sinister half of the other.
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Dimidiate -us: halved; extending half way around; applied to elytra when they cover only half the abdomen.
The stem is wanting, and the cap is shelving, dimidiate, reniform or suborbicular.
Dimidiate, halved, said of a sessile pileus semi-circular in form and attached by the plane edge directly to the wood.
The shape of the fungus is peculiar, a sort of semi-circular outline that may be called dimidiate.
AMONG THE MUSHROOMSELLEN M. DALLAS AND CAROLINE A. BURGIN
Dimidiate, halved; as where a leaf or leaflet has only one side developed.

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