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The plumes in question consist of long filamentous feathers that grow from the neck of the egret and also from its breast.A Bird Calendar for Northern India|Douglas Dewar
Ligniform asbestos, or mountain-wood, is a variety presenting an irregular filamentous structure, like wood.
Mycelioid: A filamentous colony, with the radiate character of a mould (Fig. 141, c).
Filamentous: An irregular mass of loosely woven filaments (Fig. 142, a).
Refraction Strong: Outline and surface of relief strongly defined; dense, not filamentous colonies.