The shape of the individual sporangium is quite uniformly clavate or obovate, decidedly truncate above.
obovate, same as ovate, but with the stem at the narrow end.
The leaves are entire, dark green in colour, and about an inch long, and obovate or oblong in shape.
(1-2 inches) long; leaves ovate-orbicular or obovate, 3-6 cm.
Its stem has spreading branches, and the leaves are obovate, narrowing at the base into the stalk.
The leaves are unequal at the base, ovate acute, or obovate mucronate.
Berries medium to large, slightly oval or obovate, dull green changing to a faint yellow tinge, covered with thin gray bloom.
The latter are obovate, sharply toothed or even prickly, and often reduced to a cluster of spines.
In this genus the receptacle is sessile, and formed of an obovate globular net-work.
obovate (Fig. 123) or inversely ovate, that is, ovate with the narrower end down.