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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
florifer,-fera,-ferum (adj.A), floriger,-gera,-gerum (adj.A): bearing flowers, flowering, floriferous; see flower-bearing; see fructifer,-fera,-ferum (adj.A): fruit-bearing;

- racemi floriferi erecti fructiferi reclinati v. nutantes. (F. Mueller), flower-bearing racemes erect, fruit-bearing ones turned downward or nodding.

- folia ramorum floriferorum plerumque inermia, leaves of the floriferous branches unarmed (i.e. without prickles, spines, etc.).

- pedicelli floriferi 2–2.5 cm longi, fructiferi 2.4–3.1 cm longi, pedicels floriferous 2-2.5 cm long, fructiferous ones 2.4-3.1 cm long.

- spathae 2, completae, caducae, inferiore bicristata, areolis floriferis depressis magnis (B&H), spathes 2, perfect, caducoud, the lower one with two crests, with the floriferous areoles depressed, large.

- spadix ramis gracilibus superioribus gradatim brevioribus, floriferis erecto-patentibus, the spadix with slender branches the upper gradually shorter, the flower-bearing ones erect-spreading.

- caulibus basi foliatis v. floriferis aphyllis (B&H), with the stems at the base leafy or the floriferous ones leafless.

- folia crenis marginis florífera (Swartz), the leaves flower-bearing in the rounded teeth of the margin.

- petioli teretes, breves, hirsuti, terminales, floriferi (Swartz), the petioles terete, short, hirsute, terminal, flower-bearing.

- gemmis floriferis bi-trifloris (Boissier), with the floriferous buds 2- to 3-flowered.

- Hab. in incultis Sierra Nevada ubi ego floriferam et Cl. Rambur fructiferam collegimus (Boissier), it grows in uncultivated places in the Sierra Nevada where I flower-bearing and the most distinguished Rambur collected fruit-bearing [plants].

 

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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