noun, plural stip·i·tes [stip-i-teez]. /ˈstɪp ɪˌtiz/.
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Example sentences from the Web for stipes
A very singular species, easily recognizable by its long, slender stipes, terminating in exceedingly small spherical sporangia.
The stipes in some cases are completely merged in one; in others traces of coalescence remain.
Typical sporangia are spherical on distinct short stipes; when crowded, the shape is of course less definite.
The stipes is usually about the same length as the leafy portion.
The stipes is about the same length as the leafy portion of the frond.