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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
fulvescens,-entis (adj.B): becoming tawny, somewhat tawny, fulvous, lion-colored, yellow-brown;

- ostiola recta, brevia, sphaerula duplo fere, vix triplo longiora, guttula anomala indurata pellucida fulvescente passim coronata (S&A), the ostioles straight, short, almost two times, scarcely three times longer than the sphaerules, everywhere crowned with an unusual hardened pellucid somewhat tawny droplet.

- seminum indumento subsericeo demum fulvescente. (F. Mueller), with the indument of the seeds somewhat silky, ultimately somewhat tawny.

- antherae tenues e flavo demum fulvescentes (F. Mueller), the anthers thin, from yellow ultimately becoming tawny.

- species floribus fulvo-aurantiaeis a ceteris Cyclogynes speciebus facile discriminanda (F. Mueller),the species is easily distinquished from the other species of Cyclogyne by the fulvous-orange flowers.

 

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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