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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
evanidinervius,-a,-um (adj.A), evanidinervis,-e (adj.B): evanidinervious, evanidinervous, with nerves (in mosses, the costae) becoming faint and disappearing before reaching the margin or apex; cf. excurrentinervis, with the nerves or costae extending beyond the margin or apex;

- [moss] foliis siccis ac madidis crispatissimis acutis evanidinervibus (C.Mueller), with the leaves dry and wet very crisped, acute, evanidinervous [i.e. with the nerve vanishing before the apex].

- {Fissidens; moss] lamina folii ultra medium producta, lamina apicalis subevanidinervia acuta (C. Mueller), the blade of the leaf prolonged beyond the middle, the apical lamina nearly evanidinervous [i.e. with the nerve almost disappearing before the apex].

- [Funaria; moss] gracilis foliis siccis ac madidis crispatissimis acutis evanidinervibus. (C. Muell.), slender, with the dry and wet leaves very crisped, acute, with the costa vanishing before the apex.

- [moss] folia superiora in rosulam congesta erecta serrulata evanidinervia (C. Muell.), upper leaves congested into a rosette, erect, serrulate, with the costa vanishing [before the apex].

 

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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