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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
foliosus,-a,-um (adj.A): foliose, leafy, full of leaves, many-leaved; “covered closely with leaves” (Lindley); “bearing numerous or crowded leaves” (Fernald 1950); (in fungi) “(of leaf-like lichens), having a stratose structure” (Ainsworth & Bisby); opp. leafless, q.v.;

- arbores fruticesve foliosi (B&H), leafy trees or shrubs.

- herba annua, pusilla; caule tenui, flexuoso, parce folioso (B&H), annual herb, very small, with a thin flexuous, sparingly leaved stem.

- hеrbаe, scapigera, foliis integris, scapis aphyllis v. foliosis (B&H), herbs, scape-bearing, with the scapes leafless or leafy.

- scapi nudi v. foliosi (B&H), scapes naked or leafy.

- caule tenui, glabro, flexuoso, parce folioso (B&H), with the stem thin, glabrous, flexuose, sparingly leaved.

- caule brevi, simpliei, dense folioso (B&H), with the stem short, unbranched, densely leafy.

- caulibus florigeris non perennantibus adscendentibus debilibus minute foliosis (Boissier), with the flower-bearing stems not perennating [i.e. overwintering] ascending, weak, minutely leafy.

- caulibus basi fruticosis lignosis parte inferiore denudatis infra spicas dense foliosis (Boissier), with the stems at the base shrubby woody with the lower part leafless, densely leafy below the spikes.

- caule simplici, basi nudo, medio folioso (DeCandolle), with the stem umbranched, naked at the base, in the middle leafy.

- involucrum multifidum foliosum sub flore. (DeCandolle), the involucre many times divided, leafy below the flower.

- ramis floridis foliosis (DeCandolle), with the branches full of flowers, leafy.

 

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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