It seems to have been of the size of a human being, but shaped like a pine-cone, only of course with a smooth surface.
Strobilomyces is from two Greek words meaning a pine-cone and a fungus.
Well tusked, with a head of maize in his mouth; at least I suppose it to be maize, though shaped like a pine-cone.
Why the pine-cone was chosen for this purpose it is difficult to form a conjecture.
An inflorescence marked by imbricated bracts or scales, as in the Hop and pine-cone.
The spirt of flame then fell back and spread slowly until it formed a spire as large as a pine-cone.
The brook-lover cannot afford to miss the pine-cone willow-galls.
The cone-shaped body on the willow branch is called a "pine-cone willow-gall."
It derives its scientific name from its shape, which resembles a pine-cone.
It is situated on the very summit of the mountain which terminates in a sharp peak like a pine-cone.