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synonyms for umbilicate

  • umbilical
  • omphalic
  • umbilicated
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How to use umbilicate in a sentence

This plant will be recognized by its smoky or grayish color, umbilicate pileus, and viscid stem.
THE MUSHROOM, EDIBLE AND OTHERWISEM. E. HARD
It is minutely velvety on the upper surface, reddish-brown or cinnamon in color; expanded or umbilicate to nearly funnel-shaped.
THE MUSHROOM, EDIBLE AND OTHERWISEM. E. HARD
Umbilicate, with a minute abrupt depression in the center of the cap.
STUDIES OF AMERICAN FUNGI. MUSHROOMS, EDIBLE, POISONOUS, ETC.GEORGE FRANCIS ATKINSON
In some of the species of Omphalia the pileus is not umbilicate, but here the gills are plainly decurrent.
STUDIES OF AMERICAN FUNGI. MUSHROOMS, EDIBLE, POISONOUS, ETC.GEORGE FRANCIS ATKINSON
The pileus is fleshy, oval to bell-shaped, becoming plane, and sometimes umbilicate.
STUDIES OF AMERICAN FUNGI. MUSHROOMS, EDIBLE, POISONOUS, ETC.GEORGE FRANCIS ATKINSON
The pileus is thin, umbilicate or with the center darker, the surface hairy or scaly, and the margin at first incurved.
STUDIES OF AMERICAN FUNGI. MUSHROOMS, EDIBLE, POISONOUS, ETC.GEORGE FRANCIS ATKINSON
It is more erect, the branching more open, and the caps at the ends of the branches are more or less circular and umbilicate.
STUDIES OF AMERICAN FUNGI. MUSHROOMS, EDIBLE, POISONOUS, ETC.GEORGE FRANCIS ATKINSON
The cap is convex, then plane, and sometimes depressed at the center or umbilicate.
STUDIES OF AMERICAN FUNGI. MUSHROOMS, EDIBLE, POISONOUS, ETC.GEORGE FRANCIS ATKINSON
It is minutely velvety on the upper surface, reddish brown or cinnamon in color, expanded or umbilicate to nearly funnel-shaped.
STUDIES OF AMERICAN FUNGI. MUSHROOMS, EDIBLE, POISONOUS, ETC.GEORGE FRANCIS ATKINSON
Page 148 The pileus is convex and umbilcate, somewhat membranaceous, smooth, Changed to umbilicate.
STUDIES OF AMERICAN FUNGI. MUSHROOMS, EDIBLE, POISONOUS, ETC.GEORGE FRANCIS ATKINSON
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO UMBILICATE

  • omphalic
  • umbilical
  • umbilicate
  • umbilicated
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