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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
barbatus,-a,-um (adj.A): barbate, bearded, “provided with tufts of long weak hairs, in one or more tufts” (Lindley); (fungi) “having one or more groups of hairs; bearded” (Ainsworth & Bisby); (fungi) “bearded; having long, weak hairs in tufts” (S&D); opp. beardless, imberbis,-e (adj.B), imberbus,-a,-um (adj.A) [> im + barba];

- gramina culmis erectis simplicibus vel ramosis, ad genicula sericeo-barbatis, grasses with culms erect simple or branched, at nodes silkily bearded (Stearn 1983). cut back and rewrite

- tubo calycis ore barbato, with the tube of the calyx with bearded mouth.

- Pulsatilla, Tourn., acheniis barbato-caudatis, Pulsatilla Tourn. with the achenes bearded-caudate.

- discus callosus v. barbatus, the disc callose[i.e. hard and thick] or bearded.

- lamina dilatata ad apicem unguis barbata, the lamina expanded at the apex of the claw, bearded.

- achenia apice stylo persistente nudo v. barbato caudata (B&H), achenes at the apex with a tail by the persistent, naked or bearded style.

- involucellum carnosum, intus setis plumoso-barbatis densissime pulvinatis vestitum (B&H), involucel fleshy, inside clothed with very densely pulvinate plumose-bearded bristles.

- carpellis hirtis, aristis basi barbatis (Boissier), with the carpels hirtous, with bearded at the base with awns.

NOTE: does not mean "provided with barbs" which is "barbed," q.v.

 

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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