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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
marginatus,-a,-um (part.B): bordered, edged; “furnished with an edge of a different texture from the remainder of the body” (Lindley); “with a distinct border” (Fernald 1950) [> L. margino,-avi,-atum, 1. to border, enclose with a margin, to provide a margin, as a road] (frequently used by B&H and other botanists for seeds in Cruciferae);

NOTE: (in fungi) “having a well-marked edge” (Ainsworth & Bisby); (in fungi) “(of the pileus) having a distinctly marked border; (of the bulb of the stipe) having a circular ridge on the exterior, upper angle where the universal veil was attached” (S&D);

rotundo-bulbosus,-a,-um (adj.A): rounded-bulbous, (in fungi) “(of a stipe) more or less completely rounded and not marginate” (S&D);

- [fungus] stipite solido crasso bulboso, bulbo depresso-marginato (S&A), with the stipe solid, thick, bulbous, with the bulb depressed, marginate.

- folia limbis marginata rubris, the leaves edged with a red border.

- fructus baccatus, urceolato-turbinatus, periantbii basi annulari marginatus (B&H), fruit berry-like [i.e. pulpy], urceolate-turbinate, bordered by the annular base of the perianth.

- semina 1-seriata, compressa, saepe marginata (B&H), seeds in one series, compressed, often bordered.

- semina uniseriata, rarius biseriata, compressa, late vel anguste marginata, alata, immarginatave (B&H), seeds in one row, more rarely in two rows, compressed, broadly or narrowly bordered, winged or lacking a border.

- sepalis margine anguste albo-marginatis (Boissier), with the sepals at the margin narrowly white-bordered.

- laciniis dentatis rotundatis mucronatis sub lente marginatis (Boissier), with the laciniae dentate, rounded, mucronate, under the lens [i.e. microscopically] bordered.

- bracteolis arachnoideis numerosis squamis 20-24 marginatis (Boissier), with the bracteoles cobwebby, numerous, bordered with 20-24 scales.

- bracteolis cordato-ovatis late membraneo-marginatis (F. Mueller), with the bracteoles cordate-ovate, broadly membranous-bordered.

- carpidia dorso costis duabus marginata (F. Mueller), the carpidia [i.e. carpels] on the back bordered by two ribs.

- variat petalis coccineis absque maculis, carneis, albis, coccineis albo marginatis vel albis coccineo marginatis (DeCandolle), it varies with the petals crimson, lacking spots, carnelian [i.e. deeply flesh-colored], white, crimson bordered with white or white bordered with crimson.

- (moss) lamina folii late et crassiuscule flavo-marginata (DozyMoek), with the lamina of the leaf broadly and rather thickly yellow-margined.

- (moss) dentibus peristomii margine vestigio membranae tenerriraae hyalinae quasi scarioso marginatis (DozyMoek), with the teeth of the peristome bordered with a margin with the remnant of a very delicate hyaline membrane, as if scarious.

crasso-marginatus,-a,-um (part.A): thickly or densely bordered or edged;

- [moss] folii lamina infra medium evanescens crasso-marginata (C. Mueller), the lamina of the leaf vanishing below the middle, thickly-bordered.

NOTE: limbatus (adj.A) indicates a border of contrasting color that is broader than indicated by 'marginatus.’

NOTE: emarginatus,-a,-um (part.A): notched, usually at the tip of a structure;

- petala lineari-spathulata, emarginata (B&H), petals linear-spathulate, notched.

NOTE: immarginatus,-a,-um (adj.A): immarginate, without a distinct margin, border or rim; ”having no rim or edge” (Lindley);

- siliqua teretiuscula, gracilis, seminibus 1-seriatis immarginatis (B&H), silique nearly terete, slender, with the seeds in one series, lacking a border.

Thelephora marginata [fungus]

 

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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