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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
curt-, curti- (in L. comp.) short-, shortened-; often ‘short and thick, stumpy;’ see brev-, brevi- in L. comp. ‘short;’

- Hieracium curtifolium [with short leaves], Hieracium curtifrons [with a short frond or leaf]; Hieracium curtispicans [bearing a short or shortened spike]; Hieracium curtivittatum [with short bands or stripes; Olearia curticoma [with a short tuft]; Porophyllum curticeps [with a short head]; Alchemilla curtiloba [with short lobes]; Alchemilla curtischista [shortly cleft or divided]; Rubus curtidens [with short teeth] ; Rubus curtiglandulosus [with short glands]; Rubus curtipes [with a short foot or stalk]; Rubus curtipetiolulatus [with a short petiolule]; Rubus curtisepalus [with short sepals]; Rubus curtistamineus [with short stamens]

Rubus curtipes, “short-stalked; from the pedicels’ (Fernald 1950); Bouteloua curtipendula, “short-hanging” (Fernald 1950).

 

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