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Serrulata means saw-bearing, so named from the serrulate character of the gills.THE MUSHROOM, EDIBLE AND OTHERWISEM. E. HARD
It grows about 12 feet high, with large tri-pinnate leaves, composed of numerous serrulate leaflets.HARDY ORNAMENTAL FLOWERING TREES AND SHRUBSA. D. WEBSTER
Leaves serrulate; fibro-vascular bundle double; stomata dorsal and ventral.THE GENUS PINUSGEORGE RUSSELL SHAW
Legs heteromerous, four claws to each tarsus, two of them larger than the others, and minutely serrulate on the inside.DISCOVERIES IN AUSTRALIA, VOLUME 1.J LORT STOKES
Margins serrulate with teeth extremely short and directed forwards.GRASSESH. MARSHALL WARD
The glumes may remain attached: the outer has a serrulate keel, and often a violet hue.GRASSESH. MARSHALL WARD
Palea distinctly toothed at the apex, making it almost three-lobed and very characteristic; with awn-point; five ribs, serrulate.GRASSESH. MARSHALL WARD
The proper stings which inflict the wound: retractile within the sheath, externally serrulate at the apex.AN INTRODUCTION TO ENTOMOLOGY: VOL. III (OF 4)WILLIAM KIRBY
Broadest at the base, with lanceolate, serrulate divisions united by a broad wing.THE FERN LOVER'S COMPANIONGEORGE HENRY TILTON
The gills are generally serrulate, whitish-violet, then cinnamon-color.THE MUSHROOM, EDIBLE AND OTHERWISEM. E. HARD

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