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From around 35-30 cal ka BP, basally retouched blade points and backed points appeared within the trapezoid industry assemblages alongside standardised trapezoids.
Life colours: Male: head and body mostly reddish orange; scales on rear half of body mostly yellow with red margins; head and body paler ventrally; diffuse red streak on mid-body from lateral line to pectoral fin, below 8th and 9th dorsal fin spines; pale lavender streak from below eye to lower end of pectoral fin base; pale whitish band dorsally on caudal peduncle; caudal fin yellow with red rays becoming reddish distally in middle part, upper filament blueish with red margin; anal fin and pectoral fins pinkish, orange basally with lavender leading edge; pelvic fins yellowish with lavender leading edge.
9 m long, basally 2-pinnate to 2-pinnate-pinnatifid, medially 1to 2-pinnate-pinnatifid; lamina rachises pubescent abaxially; basal pinnae 10.
The fruit is indehiscent, 3-locular and 3-winged, elliptical in outline, rounded to cordate apically and cordate basally.
8 m long, basally 2-pinnate-pinnatisect, medially 1-pinnate-pinnatisect to 2-pinnate-pinnatifid; lamina rachises pubescent abaxially; basal pinnae 10-20 cm long, inequilateral, the segments adnate; pinna rachises abaxially eglandular, densely pubescent, sparsely scaly (sometimes apparently absent), the hairs 0.
If all nodes that received less than 50% bootstrap support were collapsed, the Enkianthoideae would be the most basally diverged subfamily in Ericaceae followed by the Arbutoideae (Fig.
caudatus in having anteriorly arising, basally contiguous, distally divergent epigynal teeth, distinct anterior margin of atrium, and broad spermathecae, but can be distinguished by relatively short epigynal teeth that extend less than halfway to epigastric furrow and spermathecae that extend parallel anteriorly (Figs.
Although these gene sequences have been analyzed separately and in various combinations and suggest that the monocots appear to have evolved from a common ancestor with a basally diverged dicot group, there is no consensus concerning the exact phylogenetic position of the monocots within the angiosperms.
First dorsal fin pale with brown and red spots; second with red spots basally and brownish margin; third with red spots basally and red and black along margin.
In contrast, a 2004 Louisiana isolate and other recent strains from Texas were positioned basally to the large clade containing all northern Mexico, California, and Arizona isolates.
Enameloid shoulders extend basally onto the root lobes, with one or two pairs of needle-like serrations.