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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
interfoliaceus,-a,-um (adj.A): interfoliaceous, i.e. placed between two opposite leaves, “between the leaves of a pair, as the stipules of many Rubiaceae” (Fernald 1950); see infrafoliaceus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- inflorescentia (spadix dicta) v. interfoliacea et longe pedunculata, v. infrafoliacea et breviter pedunculata, v. subsessilis (B&H),.the inflorescence (called a spadix) either interfoliaceous and long pedunculate, or infrafoliaceous and shortly pedunculate, or subsessile [Palmae].

- spadices saepissime interfoliacei (B&H), the spadices most often interfoliaceous.

- flores in eodem spadice interfoliaceo simplicissimo (v. in Gigliolia ramoso) monoici (B&H), the flowers in each interfoliaceous, very simple [i.e. undivided or branched] (or in Gigliolia branched) spadix, [flowers] monoicous (Palmae).

- flores minuti, in iisdem v. diversis spadicibus interfoliaceis monoici v. dioici, sparsi (B&H), the flowers minute, in the same or different spadices interfoliaceous, monoicous or dioicous, sparse.

 

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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