The spores are globose, even, 3–3.5 in diameter, with minute pedicels.
The stems or pedicels have become stouter, and they begin to spread.
The calyx-tubes, calyx-lobes, and pedicels differ materially.
(1/8 inch) long, ovoid or ovoid-lanceolate, on pedicels 1-2 mm.
A simple inflorescence of flowers on pedicels which radiate from the same point.
Here the pedicels are sometimes called the Rays of the umbel.
The pedicels of all the cirri are thickly covered with bristles.
Pedicels of the cirri not particularly protuberant in front.
The bract and pedicels of the umbel all spring from the extremity of a peduncle 1½in.
The great defect of this grape is that the berries part from the pedicels as they ripen and perfect bunches cannot be secured.