The calyptra (fig. 24) is half-cleft (dimidiate) and very hairy.
The calyptra is half-cleft, and the lid conical and shortly beaked.
Involucral leaves coalescent into an oblong truncate hairy tube, blended in our species with the calyptra; perianth none.
The calyptra or veil is remarkably small, smooth, and membranous.
calyptra minute, lacerate, persistent at the base of the capsule.
Calyptriform, shaped like a calyptra or candle-extinguisher.
If not preserved in an envelope the calyptra and operculum are very apt to fall off and become lost.
Calyp′trate, furnished with such; Calyp′triform, Calyptrimor′phous, having the form of a calyptra.
calyptra membranous, oval, longer or shorter than the involucre.
The calyptra (fig. 36) is half-cleft, and expanded as if blown out below.