The second glume is also coriaceous, narrowed to an awn but has broad hyaline margins towards the base.
The fourth glume is coriaceous, with a bisexual or female flower.
Scales of the cone thinned away to the edge, and usually membranous or coriaceous.
Capsule truncate, coriaceous, 3-lobed, loculicidal at the summit.
Those whose food is succulent grow more rapidly than those which have for their food dry gramineous plants and coriaceous lichens.
In structure they are coriaceous, and include plants both with broad and narrow, branched and unbranched fronds.
The fourth glume is coriaceous, lanceolate, bisexual or female.
The coriaceous part of the hemelytra is of a purple tint, but the membranous part is brown.
The hemelytra are horizontal, coriaceous, and of a dirty grey colour.
Some of its genera consist almost wholly of coriaceous or woody plants.