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  • These cells typically differentiate into fibrocartilage and rarely form hyaline cartilage.
  • The pectoral and pelvic fins are hyaline to white in colour.
  • Wings slightly hyaline, thinly and very minutely speckled with cinereous.
  • They are hyaline ( translucent ), and have oily contents.
  • They are hyaline ( translucent ) and yellow to yellowish brown.
  • The wings are hyaline, with yellow or pale brown pterostigma.
  • The wings are extensively hyaline with rare grey scale-covering.
  • The spore print is hyaline ( translucent ) to pale cream.
  • The hindwings are hyaline with black-brown veins and margins.
  • The hindwings are hyaline, also with black veins and margins.
  • The forewings are hyaline with black-brown veins and margins.
  • The forewings have hyaline scales and are white at the margins.
  • The hindwings are hyaline, the veins streaked with dark brown.
  • There is an elongate hyaline-white spot at the end.
  • They are hyaline, and either cyanophilous or containing cyanophilous particles.
  • The forewings are slightly acute, with a hyaline basal dot.
  • Hyaline cartilage caps the long bones and the spinal vertebrae.
  • Ascospores are hyaline, uniformly filamentous, and spirally flexed within asci.
  • Pseudoparaphyses are filiform, hyaline, septate, and branched.
  • The ascospores are ellipsoid, smooth, and usually hyaline.
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