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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
guttatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “color disposed in small spots” (Lindley); guttate, resembling a drop or having spots that resemble drops, spotted, ‘beaded;; biguttatus,-a,-um (adj.A), with two guttae; magniguttatus,-a,-um (adj.A): with large globules, oil-drops or guttae; cf. irroratus,-a,-um (part.A): bedewed, spotted or dotted with beads of resin or sap, beade,; speckled with drops or drop-like spots;

- folia inferné maculis rubris guttata (Swartz), leaves below dotted with red spots.

- [Cistus] pedunculis subtrifloris, petalis guttatis,capsulis 5-locularibus. (DeCandolle), with the peduncles with around three flowers, with the petals guttate [i.e. ornamented with drops], with the capsules with 5 locules [i.e. cavities].

- [Dianthus guttatus] petala purpurea punctis plurimis albis irrorata (DeCandolle), the petals purple beaded with very many white dots.

- [Erodium guttatum] petala magna violacea basi maculata obtusa (DeCandolle), petals large, violaceous, spotted [i.e. with guttae] at the base, obtuse.

- [fungus] stipes breviusculus, robustus, albus, maculis guttatis pallentibus pictus (S&A), stipe rather short, robust, white, painted with pale beaded spots.

- [fungus] Color albidus, quandoque tantillum flavescens aut subvirescens — excepto pilei margine, initio pallido guttato, dein rufescente sublateritio (S&A), the color whitish, now and then a little bit yellowish or nearly greenish - except at the margin of the pileus, at first pale, guttate, then reddish, nearly brick-red.

Helianthemum guttatum, Dianthus guttatus; Sterculia guttata

 

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