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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
endocarpeus,-a,-um (adj.A): endocarpeous, of or belonging to the lichen genus Endocarpon Hedw.;

- apothecia endocarpea, aut saepius lecanorina vel biatorina (Nyl.), apothecia endocarpeous [i.e. like that of the genus Endocarpon], or more often like Lecanora or Biatora.

- apothecia lecanorina aut paucis biatorina, adhuc paucioribus endocarpea (Nyl.), the apothecia lecanorine or biatorine in a few, endocarpeous to now in even fewer.

- apothecia innata lecanorina aut paucissimis endocarpea (Nyl.), the inherent apothecia like Lecanora or in a very few, Endocarpon.

- apothecia endocarpea (Nyl.), the apothecia like [the genus] Endocarpon.

- TABULA II, fig. 2 : a duo grana thallina (aucta 26 diametris), sinistrum lamina verticali visum et apothecium exhibens endocarpeum; ‘b’ theca et paraphyses; ‘c’ sporae ‘d’ sterigmata et spermatia; ‘e’ granula gonima in globulis gelatinosis contenta (Nyl.), Table II, figure 2:[from two thalline grains (magnified to 26 diameters),[ on the left grain?] seen with the verticle lamina showing the endocarpeous apothecium [i.e. like Endocarpon]; ‘b’ theca and paraphyses; ‘c’ spores, ‘d’ sterigmata and spermatia; ‘e’ gonimal granules contained in gelatinous globules.

 

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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