Deltoid ridge moderately prominent, irregular, rugose, and extending to about the middle of the shaft.
The surface had weathered to a whitish-gray, but still in tiny depressions its pristine dark color showed in rugose characters.
In H. appendiculatum the pileus is rugose when dry, and sprinkled with atoms.
Root very short, rugose, conical and closed; diameter 29 mm.
Judging from the tattooing on the backs of his hands, and his red, rugose neck, he was probably a seafarer.
rugose: Short irregular folds, due to shrinkage of surface growth.
The fourth glume is membranous when young, but later on it becomes thick, coriaceous and rugose at the surface.
Instead of being thin and herbaceous it becomes rigid and hard, smooth or rugose externally as in Panicum.
It presents one seemingly solid surface of vivid color,—rugose like a cliff.
The root of the tooth ends very obliquely and is rugose and irregular.
rugose ru·gose (rōō'gōs') or ru·gous (-gəs)
Having many wrinkles or creases; ridged or wrinkled.