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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
maculatus,-a,-um (part.A): spotted, blotched, patchy; “marked with broad irregular blotches” (Lindley); speckled; “blotched or mottled” (Fernald 1950) [> L. maculo,-avi,-atum 1. to make spotted, to spot, speckle, variegate]; see spotted, stained, tainted, tinged;

- flores majusculi, in alabastro globosi, demum expansi, corolla eleganter introrsum purpureo-maculata et venosa (B&H), flowers rather large, in a globose bud, ultimately expanded, with the corolla elegantly inwardly purple-spotted and veined.

- THECA ovata, fusca maturitate, maculis profundioribus, praeprimis ad lentes augentiores, notata, fg. 10 (Hedwig), theca ovate, a dusky brown at maturity, marked with deeper spots, especially more magnified in relation to the lenses.

- folia inferne pallidiora, rubro-maculata (Swartz), the leaves below paler, red-spotted.

- petala extus ferrugineo-maculata (Swartz), the petals outside rusty-red-spotted.

- corollae mediocres, fuscae, maculato - punctatae (Swartz), corollas medium [i.e. in size], fuscous [i.e. grayish-brown], spotted-dotted.

- folia maculato-alba (Swartz), the leaves spotted-white.

- Ab Erodio glanduloso Willd. quod petala maculata habet differt (Boissier), it differs from Erodium glandulosum Willd. which has spotted petals.

- petalis roseis striatis calyce duplo longioribus, duobus superioribus maculatis (Boissier), with the petals rose-colored, striate, two times longer than the calyx, with the two upper spotted.

- labium inferum basi flavo-maculatus; tubus intus purpureo-punctatus (F. Mueller), the lower labium at the base yellow-spotted; the tube inside purple-dotted.

- appendiculae labelli antice áureo- postice roseo-maculatae (F.Mueller), the small appendages of the labellum antically golden-, postically rosey-spotted.

- corolla patentissima, fauce annulo lato coronata, saepius marmorato-maculata (B&H), the corolla very much outspread, with the throat crowned with a wide, more often marbled-spotted.

Euphorbia maculata, “spotted; from the purplish spot on the leaf” (Fernald 1950); Coleus maculatus; Salvia albimaculata , white-spotted; Podochilus bimaculatus, with two spots; Ancistrorhynchus brunneo-maculatus, brown-spotted, Garayanthus fuscomaculatus, fuscous [i.e. grayed-brown] spotted; Scutellaria rubromaculata, red-spotted; Bulbophyllum sanguineo-maculatum , with blood-red spots.

Brassia maculata var. guttata, the var. with drop-like spots.

immaculatus,-a,-um (adj.A): unspotted, unstained, immaculate, spotless; pure;

- pili longi subsericei et flores immaculati (Boissier), the hairs long, somewhat silky and the flowers without spots.

- pileus primo immaculatus, albus, pilue at first unspotted (pure), white.

Dicerandra immaculata.

 

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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