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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
depauperatus,-a,-um (adj.A): undeveloped, reduced, depauperate, starved, stunted; of poor development; “impoverished as if starved, reduced in function” (Jackson); “imperfectly developed; dwarfed” (Stearn 1996); cf. obsoletus,-a,-um (part.A), rudimentary, suppressed, scarcely apparent, vestigial, undeveloped fully and not fully functional;

- MAGALLANA, Cav. Ic. iv. 48. t. 372 (DC. Prodr, i. 681), genus ad specimen floriferum evidenter depauperatimi T. pentaphylli, Lam., conditum videtur (B&H), Magallana is a genus that seems established on a flower-bearing specimen evidently depauperate of Tropaeolum pentaphyllum Lam. [i.e. specimen lacks distinctive fruit].

- Ponerorchidi tipuloidi, Lindi., valde affinis, nisi ejusdem specimen depauperatum (B&H), strongly related to Ponerorchis, if not a depauperate specimen of the same species.

- Lachnocaulon digynum, Koern., pistillo 2-mero, ad specimina Drummondiana prope Covington lecta descriptum, quae nobis videntur specimina depauperata L. Michauxi (B&H), Lachnocaulon digynum, with a 2-part pistil, assigned to Drummond specimens collected near Covington, which seem to us depauperate specimens of L. Michauxii.

- Lasiolepis brevifolia, ad specimen Indicum "Wightianum tenue depauperatumque descriptum, est Eriocauli species.(B&H), Lasiolepis brevifolia, assigned to an Indian Wright-specimen, thin and depauperate, is a species of Eriocaulon.

- stipes erectus teres solidus, annulo albo depauperato versus apicem cinctus, stipe erect, round, solid, surrounded by a poorly developed annulus toward the apex.

- cortina initialis evidens, sed mox depauperata, fugax, initial partial veil evident, but soon stunted, falling off.

Aster depauperatus is different from Aster parviceps, which has stout and pilose stems, in the more slender and glabrous stems (Fernald 1950); Carex depauperata .

 

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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