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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
nectarifer,-fera,-ferum (adj.A): nectariferous, producing or having nectar.

- petala 5-16 , conspicua, fovea nectarifera 0 (B&H), petals 5-16, conspicuous, nectar-bearing pits none.

- petala 5-15, basi vel ad unguem fovea nectarifera impressa (B&H), petals 5-15, at the base or at the spur with an embedded nectariferous pit.

- petala ungue filiformi ad apicem tubuloso-nectarifera (B&H), petals with a filiform spur, at the apex tubulose-nectar-bearing.

- [Ranunculus] petala 5, rarius 10, intus basi squamula foveolari nectarifera instructa (DeCandolle), the petals 5, more rarely 10, inside at the base provided with a nectariferous foveolar squamule.

- [Ranunculus] petala alba ungue flavo fovea nectarifera notato (DeCandolle), the petals white with a spur yellow, marked with a nectariferous pit.

- [Helleborus] petala 8-10 brevissima tubulata inferne angustiora nectarifera ; (DeCandolle),

- glandula nectarifera intra calcar (DeCandolle), nectar-bearing glandules within the spur.

- glandulis tunc e toro productis nectariferis et sepalorum basi imminentibus (DeCandolle), the glandulae then extended from the calyx, nectar-bearing and [near to] the base of the sepals.

- petalis numero aequalia, dupla aut multiplicia, interdum in squammulas nectariferas mutata (DeCandolle), with the petals equal in number, double or multiplied, sometimes changed into nectar-bearing squamules.

 

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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