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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
emarginatus,-a,-um (part.A): notched, emarginate, shallowly notched (usu. at tip), deeper than retuse, i.e. with a rounded shallowly notched end; (in fungi, as of lamellae) with a sudden curve or notch at point of attachment to stipe (Stearn); “with a shallow notch at the end as though a piece had been removed” (Stearn 1996) [> L. emargino,-avo.-atus, 1., to deprive of its edge, as an ulcer]; see notched;

- petala saepe brevia, integra v. emarginata (B&H), petals often short, entire or [notched].

- stigma simplex, capitatum, emarginatum, v. breviter bilobum (B&H), stigma simple [i.e. unbranched], capitate, notched or shortly bilobed.

- siliqua didyma, valvis ventricosis, subcristatis, emarginatis (B&H), silique didymous [i.e. in pairs, twinned], with the valves ventricose, somewhat crested, notched.

- siliqua forma varia, plerumque a latere valde compressa, carinata, apice emarginata (B&H), silique variable in form, usually strongly compressed at the side, keeled, notched at the apex.

- pileo carnoso tenuiusculo convexo - plano subviscoso e livido fuscescente, lamellis subconfertis emarginato-adnexis (S&A), with the pileus fleshy, comewhat thin, convex-flat, somewhat viscous growing brownish-black from bright, with the lamellae somewhat crowded, notched-adnexed.

- lamellis emarginato - subliberis (S&A), with the lamellae notched-somewhat free [i.e. not attached to the stipe].

- lamellae confertae, versus stipitem latiores, sed emarginatae , vix adnexae (S&A), lamellae crowded, toward the stipe broader, but notched, scarcely adnexed.

- petalis calyce duplo longioribus retusis emarginatis (Boissier), with the petals two times longer than the calyx, retuse, notched.

- sepalis superioribus rotundatis, inferiore emarginato (Boissier), with the upper sepals rounded, the lower [one] notched.

- corolla glabra patente, vexillo emarginato (Boissier), with the corolla glabrous, spreading, with the vexillum notched.

- semina radii, compressiuscula , lateribus membranácea; ápice emarginato (Necker), the seeds of the rays comewhat compressed, membranaceous on the sides, notched at the apex.

emarginato-adnexus,-a,-um (part.A):

- [fungus] Amanita porphyria pileo carnoso tenuiusculo convexo-plano subviscoso e livido fuscescente, lamellis subconfertis emarginato-adnexis (S&A), Amanita porphyria with a fleshy pileus, somewhat thin, convex-flattened, slightly viscous, from a leaden [i.e. grayed]-purple [color] to darkish brown, with the lamellae somewhat close together, emarginate- [i.e. with a sudden curve or notch at point of attachment to stipe]-adnexed [i.e. just (narrowly) reaching the stem].

NOTE: cf. retusus,-a,-um (part.A): retuse, i.e. with a rounded shallowly notched end at a broad apex, shallower than emarginatus,-a,-um (part.A).

 

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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