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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Fruticulus,-i (s.m.II), abl. sg. fruticulo: a small shrub, shrublet; “a small frutex or shrub” (Lindley); cf. suffrutex,-icis (s.m.III) 'half-shrub';

- fruticulus parasiticus caulibus volubilibus haustoriis affixis, shrublet parasitic with stems twining by haustoria attached (Stearn).

- fruticuli spinis axillaribus vel nullis vel teneris brevibus vel validis lignosis ad 1 cm. longis, rectis vel recurvatis, saepe horizontaliter patentibus, initio puberulis mox glabris armati, shrublets armed with axillary spines none or slender short or stout woody to 1 cm. long, straight or recurved, often horizontally spreading at first puberulous soon glabrous (Stearn). SHORTEN

- fruticuli ramosissimi, rigidi, lignosi, erecti, nunc spinescentes, shrublets very bushy [branched], rigid, woody, erect, sometimes spinescent.

- fruticuli v. rarius arbusculae ramosi (B&H), branched shrublet or more rarely [tree-like shrubs].

- fruticulus divaricato-ramosus, glaber, cortice amarissimo (B&H), a shrublet divaricately ranched, glabrous, with a very bitter bark.

- fruticuli ramosissimi, rigidi, lignosi, erecti, nunc spinescentes (B&H), very branched, rigid, woody, erect, sometimes nearly spiny shrublets.

 

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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