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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
bifarie (adv.), bifaries (adv.); doubly, in a two-fold manner, in two rows, bifariously; syn. distiche (adv.), q.v.;

- siliqua teres, laevis, bifarie pilosa (DeCandolle), silicle round, smooth, pilose in two rows.

- flosculis subsessilibus, approximatis, bifarie secundis (Swartz), with the florets almost sessile, near one another, secund [i.e. turned to one side] in two rows.

subbifarie (adv.): nearly in two rows, almost or somewhat in two rows;

- caulis sterilis erectus gracillimis subbifarie foliosus (Mueller), stem sterile, erect, very slender, foliose in nearly two rows.

- habitus proprius Mnio Blyttii affinis et ramis sterilibus subbifarie foliosis plumosis facillime cognoscitur (Mueller), the habit is related more closely with Mnium Blyttii but it is most easily known by the sterile branches foliose in two rows, plumose [i.e. feathery].

 

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