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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Cyathium,-ii (s.n.II): abl. sg. cyathio, nom. & acc. pl. cyathia, dat.& abl. pl. cyathiis: an inflorescence with a cup-like involucre with flowers arising from the base (Euphorbia); “the inflorescence of Euphorbium [sic], consisting of involucral bracts, with glands between single stamens each equivalent to a male flower, and a trilocular ovary” (Jackson); “the ultimate inflorescence of Euphorbia, consisting of a cup-like involucre bearing the flowers from its base” (Fernald 1950);

- cyathium primarium masculum, cyathia secundaria bisexalia, cyathium primary male, cyathis secondary bisexual.

- herba cyathiis in cymam unitis vel in cymas usque 8 apice caulis dispositis, cyathis in one cyme or in up to 8 cymes at tip of stem arranged (Stearn).

 

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