Spring-shoots slender, pruinose; branchlets very pliant and tough, summer-shoots abundant.
The stem is slender, wavy, same color as the pileus, pruinose at the apex.
pruinose, Pruinate, frosted; covered with a powder like hoar-frost.
Spring-shoots multinodal, pruinose; branchlets pliant and tough.
The cuticle is sometimes covered with fibres, or with a bloom upon it (pruinose).
Pollen: a dusty or pruinose surface covering which is easily rubbed off; used mostly in Diptera.
The stem is long and slender, equal or slightly tapering upward, usually curved; pruinose or mealy.