Canes long to medium, numerous, covered with rather thick blue bloom; tendrils intermittent, bifid and trifid.
The limb of the corolla (b) is five-cleft, and the style (c) bifid.
Canes long, numerous, thick; tendrils usually intermittent, bifid to trifid.
Projecting forwards from it is a bifid cartilaginous epipubis.
Canes numerous, thick, dark brown; nodes enlarged; tendrils continuous, bifid or trifid.
Tendrils semi-continuous to semi-intermittent, bifid, dehisce early.
Canes covered with thin bloom; tendrils intermittent or continuous, bifid or trifid.
The teeth of all species of Smilisca are spatulate and bifid.
The first bifid neuropodial lobes appear on the twenty-first setigerous segment.
Canes slender, dark reddish-brown; nodes flattened; internodes short, bifid.
bifid bi·fid (bī'fĭd)
Forked or split into two parts.