Leaf-buds small, short, obtuse, appressed; leaf-scars prominent.
Leaf-buds small, short, pointed and with curved tips, appressed.
Strigillose, Strigose, beset with stout and appressed, stiff or rigid bristles.
Leaves pressed to the branches in this manner are said to be "appressed."
Adpressed or appressed, brought into contact with, but not united.
The antennae are displaced downward and appressed and their bristle-like aristae are crumpled.
Most leaves spread from the stem, but some are appressed, as in the Arbor-vit (Fig. 7).
Leaf-buds small, short, obtuse or pointed, appressed; leaf-scars prominent.
If the bud lies close to the twig, it is said to be appressed; if it stands from the twig at a considerable angle, it is free.
Palpi moderately long, porrected or rather ascending, with appressed scales; terminal joint moderate, cylindrical.