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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
late (adv.): widely, broadly; compar. latius (adv.) more widely, broadly; superl. latissime (adv.) most widely broadly; opp. anguste (adv.): narrowly; compar. angustius (adv.); superl. angustissime (adv.);

- latissime ovatus, very broadly ovate.

- differt a praecedente persimili foliis angustioribus, capsula pulchre citrina tenuiore multo latius striata (Austin) it differs from the preceding very similar [sc. species] by the leaves more narrow, by the capsule beautifully citrine, thinner much more widely striate.

- floribus mox racemosis, siliculis ovatis truncatis seu latissime emarginatis (DeCandolle), with the flowers soon racemose, with the silicles ovate, truncate or very broadly emarginate [i.e. notched].

- labello longe unguiculato latissime ovato acuto basi dilatato concavo, (DeCandolle), with the labellum long unguiculate, very broadly ovate, acute, concave, dilated at the base.

 

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