These two types of fungus leave a dusty or cottony coating on grapes and leaves.
Male pupa enclosed in a white, elongated, cottony sac, which is about 1/20in.
Many are green while some are red or black or covered with a cottony secretion.
The stem is solid, equal, and covered with a cottony layer of mycelium-threads like the pileus, though often paler.
Besides, the octaves, when all played from the wrist, would sound "cottony."
Its leaves are more elliptic in shape, covered above with silky hairs and below with cottony filaments.
They are silky on the wrong side, and when the wind blows through the foliage it turns a soft greyish white, like a cottony mass.
One striking feature of this tree is the pale, cottony down on its twigs, which sometimes persists three or four years.
These leaves have a waved margin, a smooth upper surface, and are snowy white and cottony beneath.
The involucre is globular in form, covered with cottony hairs, and composed of closely-placed bracts.