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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
irrepens,-entis (part.B): creeping in or inside of, to creep upon, or to a place; to be gradually introduced; “to come or get into in an imperceptible manner, to steal in, insinuate one’s self” (Lewis & Short) [> L. irrepo (inrepo), irrepsi, irreptum, 3., to creep in or into, to creep upon or to a place; to steal in, to insinuate one’s self into];

- [fungi] nunc pendula, nunc ligno incumbens ac subirrepens, sometimes pendulous, sometimes resting on wood and somewhat creeping into it.

- [fungi] cupula extus in aliis hirtiuscula, hirsutie in tomentum basin cingens lignoque irrepens byssino-filamentosum delicatum niveum, dein pallens, demum obliteratum, descendente: in aliis paene laevis, vix ac ne vix quidem byssiseda (S&A), the cupula [outside?] in some slightly hirtous, with the [hairiness descending downwards, into a tomentum surrounding the base and when creeping inside the wood, [the tomentum] cottony-filamentous, delicate, snow white, then becoming pale, finally destroyed; in others almost smooth,scarcely and also not even scarcely byssisede [i.e. seated on a cottony subiculum].

- [fungi] praeter comam verticis longissimam, mox fastigiato- conniventem, mox plus minus divaricatam, basis etiam in junioribus capillorum radiatim divergentium circulum amplum densum matrici irrepentem, (basin latam quandam, cuius centro imposita est sphaerula, efficientem) quaquaversum emittit: totus tum porro fungillus pilis brevioribus hirtus est (S&A), in addition to the very long coma of the vertex [i.e. summit], sometimes fastigiately connivent, sometimes more or less divaricate, in younger ones the base also of the radiately divergent capilli [i.e. fibers] sends out in all directions a large dense circle creeping into the matrix (forming a certain wide base seated an the center of which is a sphaerule); next, in turn, the entire fungillus is hirtous with shorter pili [i.e. hairs].

- [fungi] continua tegumento isti stipitem circumcirca obtegit juba atra, fascicularis sed plerumque parum compexa, saepe longissima, pro diverso fungi situ nunc pendula, nunc ligno incumbens ac subirrepens, radiculiformis (S&A), the continuous black juba [i.e. mane or crest] covers completely all around the stipe with that tegument [i.e. covering], fascicular [i.e. in clusters] but usually somewhat felted, often very long, for the different situs [i.e. manner of lying] of fungi, sometimes pendulous, sometimes resting on, or somewhat creeping into the wood, resembling radicles.

 

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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