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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Lacinula,-ae (s.f.I), abl. sg. lacinula: lacinule, a small or fine laciniae; “A small lacinia or slash; also the inflected point of the petals of Umbellifers” (Lindley); a fine, linear lobe or appendage;

- [Papaver] foliis bipinnatifidis, lacinulis linearibus, (DeCandolle), with the leaves bipinnatifid, with the lacinules linear.

- [Asclepiadeae] coronae squamae 5, distinctae, tubo stamineo affixae, cucullatae v. margine inflexae, intus in lacinulam productae (B&H), scales of the corona 5, separated, attached to the staminal tube, cucullate or turned in at the margin, inside elongated into lacinulae.

- (algae) Halymenia multifida, fronde carnosa subdichotomo-laciniata,laciniis decompositis superne dilatatis crenulato-multifidis, lacinulis brevissimis, sinubus laciniarum obtusissimis (Agardh), with the frond fleshy, nearly dichotomously laciniate, with the laciniae decompound, dilated above, crenulate-multifid, with the lacinules very short, with the sinuses of the laciniae very obtuse.

- stipulae lineari-subulatae utrinque non raro lacinula tenui auctae (F. Mueller), stipules linear-subulate on both sides not commonly enhanced by a thin lacinula.

- labello inappendiculato vel lacínula terminali petaloidea aucto (F.Mueller), with the labellum lacking appendicula or enhanced by a terminal petaloid lacinule.

- stipulae superne in lacinias tres acutas et lacínulas numerosas capillares divisae (F. Mueller), above divided into three acute lacinia and numerous capillary [i.e. hair-like] lacinulae.

 

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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