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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
auriculatus,-a,-um (adj.A), auritus,-a,-um (adj.A): auriculate, eared, with a rounded ear-like appendage; in mosses, with basal auricles; cf. hastatus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- folia ad bases ambas auriculata, leaves at both bases auriculate.

- foliis caulinis sessilibus integris dentatis auriculato-bilobis , with the cauline leaves sessile, entire, dentate, auriculate-bilobed.

- herba elata, foliis auriculato-amplexicaulibus (B&H), tall herbs, with leaves auriculate-stem-clasping.

- valvis ápices versus appendice transversa auriculatis, with the valves towards the apices auriculate with a transverse appendage.

- folia caulina integra, basi cordato-auriculata, the stem leaves entire, at the base cordate-auriculate.

- folia caulina rosulata, integerrima v. dentata, hastato-auriculata, the cauline leaves rosulate, very entire or dentate, hastate-auriculate.

- vexillum ovatum, basi abruptum v. 2-auriculatum (B&H), the vexillum ovate, at the base ending suddenly [i.e. truncate] or 2-auriculate.

exauriculatus,-a,-um (adj.A): lacking auricles;

- vexillum suborbiculatum, brevissime unguiculatum, exauriculatum (B&H), the vexillum nearly orbiculate, very shortly clawed, lacking auricles.

Blumea aurita DC.

 

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