(a) With filiform tentacles; the commonest type, seen in Bougainvillea (fig. 13), Eudendrium, &c.
There are five stamens, a filiform style, and a capitate stigma.
The tentacles are long and filiform and are constantly moving about as in the allied genus Planorbis.
The edges of the pyramids are formed by filiform bars similar to those which compose the original lattice-work of the Sagosphrida.
Pileus coriaceous, tough, repeatedly branched; the branches slender or filiform, tomentose.
The styles do not taper to a point, but are filiform and acute.
Antennæ longer than the head and thorax, filiform, four-jointed.
The filiform papill become elongated to several times their normal length, and feel and look like so many hairs on the tongue.
The adult intestinal trichina is a minute, filiform white worm, thicker behind and tapering forward.
A filiform process or organ on the bodies of various animals.
filiform fil·i·form (fĭl'ə-fôrm', fī'lə-)
Having the form of or resembling a thread or filament.