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Specimens from the Caribbean lowlands are less tuberculate, and most individuals from there lack rugosities on the tarsus.
Dermal plates consisting typically of two layers, the superficial tuberculate, the inner bony with radiating lamellæ.
These specimens (KU 3833), a female with well-developed ova, and a tuberculate male, were near a sandbar in the main channel.
Tuberculate -ose: formed like a tubercle: a surface covered with tubercles.
Their outer surfaces are tuberculate; internally they commonly have a radiate fibrous structure.
The last lower molar (wisdom tooth) of the gibbon is like that of man, quadri-tuberculate.
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It is viscid when moist, the margin thin and striate-tuberculate.
Four columell curved, the two lateral ones prolonged downwards into two vertical, tuberculate feet of half their length.
Spores large (40–50  broad), globose or oblong, tuberculate.
The skin of the dorsum is thick and glandular, but not tuberculate.

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