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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
hispidulus,-a,-um (adj.A): minutely hispid; cf. setulosus,-a,-um (adj.A), beset with little bristles;

- [C. hispidula, a fungus] Setae longae, rigidae, divergentes (S&A), the bristles long, rigid, divergent.

- herbae ramosae, foliosae, incano-hispidulae v. tomentosae (B&H), branches herbs, leafy, gray-hispidulous or tomentose.

- herbae ramosae, foliosae, stellatim hispidulae v. cano-tomentosae (B&H), branched herbs, leafy, stellately hispidulous or gray-tomentose.

- herba pusilla, annua, humifusa, ramosissima, glabra, v. stellatim hispidula. (B&H), small annual herb, prostrate, very branched, glabrous or stellately hispidulous.

- foliis rarius obtusis supra pubescenti-hispidulis valde rugosis, subtus albido-tomentosis (F. Mueller), with the leaves more rarely obtuse, above pubescent-bristly, strongly rugose, below whitish-tomentose.

- fruticosa, pilis articulatis hispidula et glutinosa, foliis (F. Mueller), shrubby, with the hairs jointed, somewhat bristly and glutinous.

- petiolis hispidulo- puberulis glabrescentibus in venarum axi subtus barbatis (F. Mueller), with the petioles hispidulous-puberulent, somewhat glabrous in the axes of the veins below bearded.

- folia utrinque parce hispidula (F. Mueller), the leaves on both sides moderately short-hispid.

 

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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