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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

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

- [moss] foliis multo densius areolaris, e cellulis granulis chlorophyllaceis valde repletis compositis longe cuspidatis excurrentinervibus primo intuitu cognoscenda (C. Muell.), to be recognized at first glance by the leaves more densely areolate, composed of cells very full with chlorophyllaceous granules, long custpdate, with the nerve [i.e. costa] excurrent.

- [moss] Ph. pyriformi proximum, foliis autem longius cuspidatis plerumque integerrimis angustioribus excurrentinervibus, (C. Muell.), closest to Physcomitrium pyriformis, with the leaves, however, longer, cuspidate, usually completely entire, narrower, with the costae excurrent [i.e. extending beyond the apex].

- [moss] folia apicem versus densius areolata, acuminata excurrentinervia (C. Muell.), the leaves toward the apex more densely areolate, acuminate, the costa excurrent.

- [moss] a. Folia evanidinervia. [leaves with costa ending before the apex]

a. Folia excurrentinervia. [leaves with costa ending beyond 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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