- furnished or covered with tiny scales.
Origin of squamulose
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The stem is white, squamulose, bulb rugulose, ring superior and entire.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise
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Allied to C. micaceus; differs in squamulose and not micaceous p.
Squamellate, or Squamulose, furnished with little scales (Squamell, or Squamul).The Elements of Botany
Differs from C. bulbillosus in squamulose pileus and strigose bulb.
Differs from T. personatum in the short, stout, squamulose stem, and absence of purple tint on gills.
- (esp of plants or their parts) covered with minute scales
C19: from Latin squāmula diminutive of squāma a scale
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