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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
lacunulosus,-a,-um (adj.A): full of small lacunae or pits;

- [fungi] pileus ceterum rugoso-lacunulosus, ex albo sordide pallescens (S&A), the pileus otherwise wrinkled-smal-pitted, from white to dirty pale in color.

- [fungi] stipites adscendunt, subsemunciales, caviusculi, hinc inde lacunulosi sursum subincrassati (S&A), stipes ascendent [i.e. curving upward], somewhat below 1/2 inch, rather hollow, here and there with little pits, upwardly somewhat thickened.

- [fungi] pileo convexo demum plano-subdepresso lacunuloso carnoso sordide pallente (S&A), with the pileus convex, then flat-nearly depressed, with little pits, fleshy, dirty paleish.

- [fungi] A. G. caespitosus, truncigenus agglutinans, pileo convexo demum plano - subdepresso lacunuloso carnoso sordide pallente, stipite subradicato cavo mediocri pileo concolore (S&A), A. G. caespitosus, born on trunks, adhering together, with a convex pileus ultimately plano-nearly depressed, with lacunulae, fleshy, becoming dirty pallid color, with the stipe somewhat like a root, hollow, middle-sized, the same color as the pileus.

 

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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