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Valve linear or oblong, sometimes with sinuate sides, and with a pseudoraphe and transverse punctate lines.
Valve very convex, with sinuate keel and junction lines evident.
Valve linear with broad ventral side and straight or sinuate ventral margin.
Leaves, especially on young trees, often less deeply pinnatifid, sometimes barely sinuate.
Leaves sessile, sinuate-lobed, and with prickly teeth, often blotched with white.
Retrose: (sinuate), pointing backwards; (serrate) inversely serrated.
Sinuate: cut into sinuses; applied to lines and margins with an in and out curve.
Sinuate, when the margin is more strongly sinuous or turned inwards and outwards; as in Fig. 146.
Frequently the lower edge is notched at, or near, the stem and in this case they are said to be emarginate or sinuate.
The distinguishing features are the fleshy stem, continuous with the flesh of the pileus, and the sinuate or notched gills.

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