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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
fasciatus,-a,-m (adj.A), fasciolaris,-e (adj.B), fasciolatus,-a,-um (adj.A): marked transversely with broad parallel stripes of color; fasciate, teratologically grown together, as of several stems into one (Stearn 1983), often monstrous, an abnormal proliferation; “fasciated, when a stem becomes much flattened instead of retaining its usual cylindrical figure, as in the Cockscomb” [Celosia cristata](Lindley); “monstrous expansion of stems, branches, etc., these appearing to have coalesced” (Fernald 1950); in mycology ”fasciate, fasciated, massed or joined side by side” (Ainsworth & Bisby) [> L. fascio, fasciatum, 1., to envelope with bands, to swathe]; see striped;

- planta habitu Oncidii ascendentis cui et vaginis amplis brunneo fasciatis similis, plant with the habit of Oncidium ascendens to which it is also similar by the large sheathes [transversely] banded with brown.

- inflorescentiae ramuli pectinatim fasciati in Botricerate [Panículae terminales, multiflorae, [masculae] immutatae, [femineae] ramis compressis pectinatim incurvis (B&H), the branchlets of the inflorescence pectinately fasciate in Botryceras [the panicles terminal, many flowered, the [male] unchanged, the [female] with the branches compressed, pectinately incurved.

Trichoglottis fasciata

 

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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