Origin of calyptra
OTHER WORDS FROM calyptraca·lyp·trate [kuh-lip-treyt], /kəˈlɪp treɪt/, adjective
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The calyptra is half-cleft, and the lid conical and shortly beaked.
The calyptra (fig. 24) is half-cleft (dimidiate) and very hairy.
In Calyptra Equestris, it has two prominent points, and is described as bi-furcated (fig. 18).
The Calyptra may be known from Crepidula by the septum, which in the latter is a flat plate reaching half way across the cavity.
Involucral leaves coalescent into an oblong truncate hairy tube, blended in our species with the calyptra; perianth none.