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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
calyculatus,-a,-um (adj.A): provided with a calyculus; “bearing bracts which imitate an external calyx” (Jackson); “having bracts around the calyx or involucre imitating an outer calyx” (Fernald 1950); “bearing a cup” (S&D);

- involucri haud v. vix v. breviter calyculati bracteae subaequales (B&H), the involucres not or scarcely or shortly calyculate, nearly even with the bract.

- involucrum calyculatum v. rarius imbricatum, bracteis intimis basi saepe incrassatis (B&H), the involucre calyculate or more rarely imbricate, with the innermost bracts at the base often thickened.

- APHYLLORCHIS. Calyculus 0. Columna longiuscula (B&H), Aphyllorchis. Calyculus none. The column somewhat long.

- calyx 5-fidus , nudus aut bracteis 1-3 calyculatus (DeCandolle), the calyx 5-fid, naked or calyculate with 1-3 bracts.

- acheniis fuscis striatis glabris dimidiato-calyculatis (F. Mueller), with the acenia fuscous, striate, glabrous dimidiate-calyculate.

- ab illo recedens floribus omnibus achlamydeis (nec saltem unius sexus calyculatis) (F. Mueller), from that it recedes by all the flowers achlamydeous (not in any case of a single sex, calyculate).

 

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