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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
-neurus,-a,-um (adj.A): in Gk. comp. -nerved; also -neuros,-a,-on (adj.A); see -phlebius,-a,-um (adj.A); in L. -nervis,-e (adj.B), -nervius,-a,-um (adj.A); see -veined;

- leptoneurus, with fine nerves; leuconeurus, white-nerved; paralleloneurus, parallel-nerved; pentaneurus, five-nerved, 5-nerved; tetraneurus, with four nerves, 4-nerved; trineurus, three-nerved, 3-nerved.

- Brachiaria dictyoneura, with reticulate nerves; Leucolepis acanthoneura, with prickly nerves; Carex anisoneura, with unequal nerves; Carex heteroneura, with different nerves; Carex pachyneura, with a stout nerve; Carex pleioneura, with more or several nerves; Carex polyneura, with many nerves; Carex spongoneura, with a spongy or cellular nerve; Eleocharis oxyoneura, with sharp nerves; Glyceria ischyroneura, with a strong nerve; Stipa aphanoneura, with an invisible nerve or vein.

- Bryum brachyneuron, transferred to Plagiobryoides (s.f.III) brachyneura.

NOTE: all the examples given the ending, -neura, correspond with the number and gender of the genus, in this case, all of which are feminine.

 

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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