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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
fimbriate, fringed, fimbriated; “having the margin bordered by long slender processes” (Lindley); (fungi) “having the margin finely torn; (of gills) having the edges minutely fringed, because of the presence of cystidia or sterile cells” (S&D): fimbriatus,-a,-um (adj.A); cf. ciliatus,-a,-um (adj.A), ciliate, fringed with hairlike appendages; cf. laciniate;

- petala 4, raro 0. cruciatim patentia, integra, biloba v. rarissime lobulata v. fimbriata (B&H), petals 4, rarely 0, spreading in a cross-wise fashion, entire, bilobed or very rarely lobulate or fringed .

- margine glanduloso v. fimbriato (B&H), with the margin full of glands or fringed.

- stipulis ciliato-fìmbriatis, with the stipules ciliate-fimbriate.

- capsula et semina utrinque attenuata v. fimbriato- alata (B&H), the capsule and seeds on both sides attenuate or fimbriate-winged.

- squamae fimbriatae cum petalis alternantes (B&H), the scales fringed, alternate with the petals.

- floribus fauce barbatis, minus profunde fimbriatis (Boissier), with the flowers bearded at the throat, less deeply fringed.

- bracteis linearibus augustissimis flores subsequantibus longe glandluloso- fimbriatis (Boissier), with the bracts linear, very narrow, somewhat equalling the flowers, long glandulose-fringed.

- stipulis inferne integerrimis superne longe plumoso-fimbriatis (F. Mueller), with the stipules below very entire, above, long plumose-fringed.

ciliato-fimbriatus,-a,-um (adj.A), fimbriato-ciliatus,-a,-um (adj.A): fringed with long, slender processes;

pectinato-fimbriatus,-a,-um (adj.A): with the margin bordered by long slender processes arranged like a comb;

- calycis segmentum infimum insigniter pectinato-flmbriatum (B&H), the lowest segment of the calyx remarkably comblike-fimbriate.

NOTE: laciniate: (bryophytes) “fringed with lacinia; subjectively stronger than fimbriate, but not necessarily formed by cell erosion” (Magill 1990). Also (laciniate) deeply split or cut into narrow or fine, often irregular divisions or segments with taper-pointed incisions or lobes, cut more coarsely than 'fimbriate' (S&D).
fimbriate-laciniate: “having the edge cut up into divisions which are fimbriated” (Lindley): fimbriato-laciniatus,-a,-um (adj.A).

 

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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