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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
ebulliens,-entis (part.B): producing bubbles or blisters (bullae); bubbling up or out]; cf. bulliens,-entis (part.B): bubbling up, boiling up, upwelling, bubbling, gaseous; see ‘bubbling up;’

- [fungi] maxima saepe in corticibus, lineariter utplurimum ebulliens: epiphylla minor et suborbicularis (S&A), the largest ones often in the barks, nearly always linearly ebullient [i.e. producing bullae]: epiphyllous, smaller and nearly orbicular.

- [fungi] pustulae fulvae maculis flavidis, per folii substantia penetrando oculos jam desuper attrahentibus, sparsae gregariaeve insident: quae e primordiis planis dein ebullientes apice tandem rupto subteretes cernuntur, (S&a), pustules grayish-brown with yellowish spots, by penetrating through the substance of the leaf leading the eyes straight downwards from above, sparsely or gregariously situated: which from the first beginning are flat, then ebullient [i.e. blistering or forming bullae], finally nearly cylindric-rounded, separated from the ruptured apex.

- [S. serpens var. ebulliens; fungi] sphaerulis nonnullis in bullas inflatis insignis (S&A), with some sphaerules noteworthy inflated into bullae [i.e. bubbles or blisters].

 

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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