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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
excentricus,-a,-um (adj.A), eccentricus,-a,-um (adj.A): eccentric, one-sided, placed out of the center; “Off-center or one-sided” (Fernald 1950); of a stipe, at one side or not in the center of the pileus (Ainsworth & Bisby); opp. concentricus,-a,-um (adj.A); cf. lateralis,-e (adj.B), ‘at the side;’

- stipes excentricus, stipe attached between center and edge of pileus.

- oosporis gutta excentrica, with oospores having an oil-drop to one side (Stearn).

- vulgaris crescit species excentrica in ericetis ac pinastretis, a common species [growing one-sided] in Erica associations and wild pine.

- stipes haud raro plus minus excentricus, the stipe hardly rarely more or less off-center.

- stipes concolor, adscendens, excentricus, compactus, solidus, subtomentosus, unc. 1 crassus, 2 fere longus (S&A), the stipe of one color, ascending, off-center, compact, solid, somewhat tomentose, one inch thick almost two long.

- fungus prorsus excentricus, a fungus strictly off-center.

- [moss] calyptra excentrica i.e. saepius ad capsulae latus vel infra dejecta (Austin), with the calyptra excentric, i.e. more often fallen to the side of the capsule or below.

- [moss] calyptra concentrica, the calyptra concentric with the apex of the capsule.

 

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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