Styles 2–8, united below, or distinct, stigmatic along the inside.
Gasparini, a genus of pumpkins, founded on stigmatic characters, i. 359.
The "stigmatic" of Dallmeyer is the latest lens of general utility.
Each side has a white edging of shrivelled trache, running from one stigmatic orifice to another.
On this second sac are found the stigmatic warts, the thoracic studs and so forth, which we noted on the pseudochrysalis.
Styles thread-like, stigmatic down the inner side, persistent.
Now the appearance of these horns makes me suppose that these are the stigmatic surfaces.
But some little deviation from the precise line of rectitude, might have been winked at in so tortuous and stigmatic a frame.
In this position, however, they would be useless, as they would miss the stigmatic surface of the next flower visited by the moth.
In this flower the stigmatic surface is above the anther, and the pollen is sticky and cannot be transferred except by insect aid.
stigmatic stig·mat·ic (stĭg-māt'ĭk)
Relating to or marked by a stigma.