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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
insignitus,-a,-um (part.A): marked, clear, plain; remarkable, notable, distinguished; marked out, designated [> L. insignio,-ivi or -ii, -itum, 4. to mark, to distinguish];

- [fungi] Haec est species, quam nunc solam, nunc sequenti intermixtam, nomine Champignon insignitam venum ferre solent ruricolae (S&A), this is the species, which sometimes alone, sometimes intermixed with the following, distinguished [i.e. designated] by the name Champignon, the country-people are accustomed to put up for sale.

- [fungi] thecae magnae pro ratione, ellipticae, compressae, mox stria longitudinali, mox utriusque apicis plicula transversali insignitae (S&A), the thecae are relatively large, elliptic, compressed, soon marked with a longitudinal stria, then on each apex with a transversal plicule [i.e. small pleat or fold].

- [fungi] pileus minute squamulosus, margine interdum sulcis verticalibus parallelis brevibus, sed profundis, insignitus (S&A), the pileus minutely squamulose, at the margin sometimes marked by vertical, parallel, short, but deep sulci [i.e. grooves or furrows].

- species magnitudine coloreque aeque fere variabilis ac praecedens: radius tamen rufi coloris mixtura constanter insignitur (S&A), a species in szie and color almost equally variable as the predeeding; however the radius is constantly marked with a mixture of [reddish] color [perhaps = circumference; see radius,-ii (s.m.II).

- Est ceterum e maxime polymorphis: ex innumeris fere, quibus ludit, varietatibus unicam sub [var. bb] insignire operae pretium duximus (S&A), [although] it is otherwise especially polymorphous: from the almost the innumerable forms by which it varies, we have considered it to be worthwhile to mark [i.e. designate] one from the variations under var. bb.

- [fungi] quarum superficies praeter puncta vel tubercula prominula colliculis etiam applanatis, oblongis, flexuosis, rugis plicisve interstinctis, utplurimum insignita cernitur (S&A), the surface of which, is nearly always distinguished, in addition to the dots or rather prominent tubercles, it is also remarkable for the outspread oblong, flexuous little elevations divided by creases and folds.

- [fungi] aetate provectiore longitudinaliter rugoso-sulcata, apice albo-pruinata ceterum semipellucido-badia, sed circa medium cingulo opaco nigro insignita (S&A), in a more advanced age, longitudinally rugose-sulcate [i.e. wrinkled and furrowed], at the apex white-pruinate [i.e. with a powdery bloom], otherwise semipellucidly badius, but around the middle marked by an opaque, black belt.

 

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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