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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
flabellatus,-a,-um (adj.A), flabelliformis,-e (adj.B): flabellate, “fan-shaped, “plaited like a fan; as the leaf of Borassus flabelliformis” (Lindley); “fan-shaped or broadly wedge-shaped” (Fernald 1950); (in fungi) “like a fan; in the form of a half-circle” (Ainsworth & Bisby) [> L. flabellum, -i (s.n.II) a small fan, fly-whisk, dim. of flabrum: flabra,-orum (pl. n.II) blasts of wind, breezes];

- folia radicalia v. ad basin caulis approximata, flabellato-lobata (B&H), basal leaves or those close together at the base of the stem, flabellate-lobed.

- squamulae breviter stipitatae, flabellatae (B&H), the little scales shortly stalked, fan-shaped.

- foliis petiolatis flabellatis vernatione plicatis (B&H), with the leaves petiolate, fan-shaped with the vernation plicate.

- fronde regulariter dichotoma fastigiato-flabellata (Agardh), with the frond regularly dichotomous, fastigiatly-fan-shaped.

- [Hibiscus] H. flabellatus foliis flabellatis 5-lobatis (DeCandolle), Hibiscus flabellatus with the leaves fan-shaped, 5-lobed.

Lycopodium flabelliforme Fern. (fan-shaped); fungus genera Flabellaria (= Schizophyllum); Flabellopilus.

 

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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