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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
campanulatus,-a,-um (adj.A): campanaceus,-a,-um (adj.A), campaniformis,-e (adj.B), campanulatus,-a,-um (adj.A), “Crozier adds campaniliformis,-e” (Jackson): campanulate, shaped like a bell; “bell-shaped; cup-shaped with a broadened rim” (Fernald 1950); (in mosses) used in reference to broadly mitrate calyptrae; in mosses “bell-shaped; referring to a calyptra that is elongated and cylindrical; a campanulate-cucullate calyptra is cylindrical and split along one side only, e.g. Dicnemon calycinum; a campanulate-mitrate calyptra is cylindrical and undivided or equally lobed at the base, e.g. Grimmia raui” (Magill 1990) [> L. campana,-ae (s.f.I), a bell]; see bell-shaped; see mitrate; see cucullatus,-a,-um (adj.A), dimidiate;

- formae autem calyptrae tres observantur: conica s. [seu] campanulata; mitraeformis basi lobata et dimidiata (Mueller), however, three forms of the calyptra are observed: conic or campanulate; mitriform, lobed at the base, and dimidiate [i.e. split on one side].

- sepala omnia in calycem campanulatum v. globosum (B&H), all sepals in the calyx campanulate or globose.

- corolla infundibularis, tubo brevi dilatato, fauce campanulata (B&H), corolla funnel-shaped, with a short dilated tube, bell-shaped at the throat.

- sepala v. basi in tubum connata, tubo infundibuliformi v. campanulato, v. calyx spathaceus (B&H), sepals either at the base fused into a tube, with the tube funnel-shaped or bell-shaped, or the calyx like a spathe.

- calyx campanulatus v. ventricosus (B&H), the calyx bell-shaped or ventricose [i.e. swollen]

- calyx turbinato-tubulosus v. campanulatus (B&H), the calyx turbinate [i.e. obconic]-tubulose or bell-shaped.

- calyx inflato-, ovoideo-, campanulato-, clavato-, v. elongato-tubulosus (B&H), the calyx inflated-, ovoid-, bell-shaped-, club-shaped-, or elongate-tubulose.

- sepala 5, basi in tubum campanulatum coalita. (B&H), sepals 5, at the base fused into a bell-shaped tube.

- corolla clavato -campanulata intense azurea viridi-punctata. (Boissier), the corolla club-shaped - bell-shaped, intensely azureous, green-dotted.

- (fungi) pileus convexus, late campanulatus, nec umbonatus nec umquam hactenus verrucosus (S&A), the pileus convex, broadly bell-shaped, neither umbonate nor ever up till now verrucose.

- pileus e campanulato dein planus(S&A), the pileus from bell-shaped, ultimately flat.

- pileo subviscoso carnoso-membranaceo hemisphaerico - campanulato (S&A), with the pileus somewhat viscid, fleshy-membranaceous, hemisphaeric - campanulate.

infundibuli-campanulatus,-a,-um (adj.A), infundibulo-campanulatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “between funnel-shaped and campanulate” (Lindley).

pitcher-shaped, “the same as campanulate [i.e. bell-shaped; cup-shaped with a broadened rim], but more contracted at the orifice, with an erect limb; as the corolla of Vaccinium Myrtillus” (Lindley).

urceolato-campanulatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “Intermediate between urceolate and campanulate” (Lindley).

urceolatus = “the same as campanulate, but more contracted at the orifice, with a small limb” (Lindley).

 

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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