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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
novilunaris,-e (adj.B): novilunar; relating to the new moon; with a narrow or thin crescent-shape, narrowly lunate; see novilunium,-i (s.n.II); cf. interlunis,-e (adj.B);

- [Algae; Diatom; Cymbella] C. novìlunaris, frustulis novilunaribus àngustissimis hyalinis medio luteo- fasciatis (C. Agardh), with the frustules thinly-crescentic, very narrow, hyaline, in the middle yellow-fasciate [i.e. with transverse stripes of yellow].

- [Algae; Diatom; Cymbella] parum mucosum. Frustula novilunaria, angustissima, acuta, diametro 6:plo longiora, hyalina, excepta fascia media irregulari (C. Agardh), somewhat mucose. The frustules novilunar [i.e. narrowly lunate], extremely narrow, acute, 6 times longer in diameter, hyaline, except for the irregular middle fascia.

- [Algae; Diatom; Cymbella] C. appendiculata, frustulis novilunaribus angustis luteis, ad utrumqne apicem globiferis, globo hy alino (C. Agardh), with the frustules novilunar [i.e. narrowly lunate], narrow, yellow, globiferous at each apex, with the globe hyaline.

- [Algae; Diatom; Cymbella] C. cymbiformis, inter C. coffeaformem, quae angustior, et C.novilunarem, quae latior, media, singularis globo dorsali (C. Agardh), between C. coffeaformis, which is narrower, and C. novilunaris, which is wider, intermediate [i.e. in the middle], singular [i.e. not in chains or aggregated] with a dorsal globe.

 

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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