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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
amphigenus,-a,-um (adj.A): growing all around an object, on both sides of a leaflet; “growing all around an object, not restricted to any particular surface; (of parasitic fungi and particularly the rusts) growing on either side of the leaf or on both sides; (of hymenium) borne on all sides of the hymenophore” (Snell & Dick); “used of Fungi when the hymenium is not restricted to any particular surface” (Jackson); TO DO DISTR e.g. hymenium.

- urediniis amphigenis, with the uredia amphigenous (on both sides of the leaf).

- spermogonia amphigena, spermogonia on both sides.

- maculis amphigenis, variiformibus, pycnidibus amphigenis, with spots on both sides of the leaf, of various shapes, with pycnidi ..? to do

Carex bipartita var. amphigena (Fern.) Polunin 'of both hemispheres.'

 

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