subulate, awl-shaped; tapering from a broadish or thickish base to a sharp point.
Tentacula depressed, subulate, at the external base of which are the eyes.
Involucral leaves 5–6 (in our species), small, subulate, adnate.
The pharyngeal teeth are subulate and acute, and of unequal heights.
They are particularly distinguished by their deciduous, subulate, or very narrow stipules.
It produces millions of leaves, but every one is awl-shaped--subulate.
The leaf-sheath is glabrous or slightly hairy, the upper ones being shorter and dilated into spathes with subulate tips.
This applies particularly to the more open leaves: the subulate leaves belong to the next type (see Fig. 27).
Receptacle convex to globose, beset with bristle-like or subulate or short and soft chaff.
If the anthers are pulled, the filaments are separated from them and remain as subulate white pointed processes.