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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
exsiccatus,-a,-um (part.A): dried out, dried up[> L. exsicco (exicc-), -avi,-atum, 1., to dry up, to dry out]; opp. recens,-entis (part.B), recent, fresh;

- plantae exsiccatae, herbarium specimens.

- fungi exsiccati, dried fungi (Stearn).

- algae exsiccatae, fungi exsiccati, bryophyta exsiccata.

- Musci Europaei Exsiccati, dried european mosses.

- fructus semunciales exsiccati satis laeves fusci tenuiter septati (F. Mueller), the fruits one-half inch, dried out, quite smooth, fuscous, thinly septate.

- differt ab Jasmino gracili foliis exsiccatis non nitentibus (F. Mueller), it differs from Jasminum gracile by the dried out leaves not shining.

- in ramis betulinis putridis exsiccatis (S&A), on betuline [i.e. Betula spp.] branches decayed, dried out.

- In greges satis densos longe lateque effusam aliquoties legimus in ligno Populi tremulae carioso exsiccato (S&A), I collected it several times in quite dense groups spread out far and wide on the decayed, dried out wood of Populus tremula.

- superficies ceterum, in exemplis exsiccatis rugis subparallelis distincta (S&A), the surface otherwise, in dried out specimens with somewhat parallel wrinkles is distinct.

- capsula globosa, nitida, subcarnosa, demum exsiccata, fragilis (B&H), capsule globose, shining, somewhat fleshy, when dried out, fragile.

- basidia in exsiccatis difficile inventa, basidia in dried specimens found with difficulty.

 

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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