A scurfy or warty top, the protuberances of which rub easily off, leaving the skin intact.
Here it was that he met with his first enemy, a warty Hoptoad with jealous eyes.
The main body of the plant was studded with warty projections about the size of walnut halves.
On the trunk it is deeply checked into small, thick, warty plates.
One would see the warty toads squatted in the soil two or three feet below the surface, in the same way.
These incrustations are however not so injurious as the tuberous and warty patina.
"Belostoma shouldn't remember those things," said he, moving one warty foreleg.
The trunk and bark of the tree is covered with warty excresences.
It is not so warty and the odor is not nearly so strong as the Amanita strobiliformis.
The spores are ovoid, and have a minutely verrucose or warty surface.