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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
acicular: acicularis,-e (adj.B), slenderly needle-shaped, narrow and stiff; see acerose;

- rostrum operculi aciculare, rostrum of the operculum acicular.

- stipite vel cystidio aciculari, with the stipe or cystidium acicular.

- stipulis acicularibus, with acicular stipules.

- folia sparsa v. fasciculata, parva, rigida, saepe acicularia (B&H), leaves sparse or fasciculate, few, rigid, often needle-shaped.

- folia sparsa, patentia, acicularia, triquetra, epunctata (B&H), leaves sparse, spreading, needle-shaped, three-angled, lacking dots.

- folia acicularia, erecta, incurva, apice callosa, (B&H), the leaves acicular [i.e. narrow and stiff], incurved, at the apex callous.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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