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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Carpidium,-ii (s.n.II), abl. sg. carpidio: “the same as carpel” (Lindley) [dim. of Gk. karpos (s.m.II), fruit of field, tree or vine + Gk. dim. -idion]; see carpel;

- calyce 5-dentato minuto, carpidiis geminis ovatis rostratis (F. Mueller), with the calyx 5-dentate, minute, with the carpidia paired, ovate, rostrate.

- carpidia dorso costis duabus marginata (F. Mueller), the carpidia on the back bordered by two ribs.

- stigmate capitellato, carpidiis lepidotis subrostellatis (F.Mueller), with the stigma capitellate [i.e. with a small head], with the carpidia lepidote [i.e. with small scurfy scales], nearly rostellate [i.e. with a small beak].

- carpidia rostellulo extroverso e latere verticis acuminata (F.Mueller), the carpidia acuminate with a rostellulum outside-turning from the side of the apex.

- [Neurada] fructus orbicularis, depresso-conicus, basi lata plana laevi, carpidia 10, horizontaliter patentia, superne hiantia, stylis spinescentibus terminata (B&H), fruit orbicular, depressed-conic, at the base broad, flat, smooth,the carpidia 10, horizontally spreading, gaping above, terminated by the spine-like styles.

- [Grielum; Rosaceae] carpidia lO, horizontaliter radiantia, coriacea, secus axin hiantia. (B&H), the carpidia 10, horizontally radiating, leathery, gaping along the axis.

- [Verbena] carpidia dorso brunnea nigrescentia striata, lateribus commissuralibus subtilissime et pallide punctato-scabra (F. Mueller), carpidia on the back brown becoming blackish, striate, with the commissural sides very lightly and palely punctate-scabrous.

Dicarpidium (Sterculiaceae) (B&H); carpella matura secedentia, 2-valvia, 1-2-sperma (B&H), the mature carpels separating, 2-valved, 1-2-seeded.

 

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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