Examples from the Web for chartaceous
The second glume is chartaceous, immersed in the cavity of the joint, and filling the opening.
The first glume is coriaceous or chartaceous, dorsally compressed, with incurved margins, usually 2-keeled.
The first glume is chartaceous and the others are thin and gradually smaller.
The second glume is chartaceous, minute, oblong, 1-nerved immersed in the cavity of the first glume and closing the opening.
The first glume is chartaceous, equal in length to the second, oblong or lanceolate.