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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
palmatipartitus,-a,-um (part.A): palmatiparted, “cut nearly to the base in a palmate manner; a near approach to digitate” (Lindley);

- foliis 3-5-palmato-partitis (DeCandolle), with the leaves 3-5-palmately parted [note this author often prefers the spelling palmato-partitus].

- folia in lobos lineares palmati-partita (DeCandolle), leaves palmately parted into linear lobes.

- folia alterna, orbicularia, lobata digitata v. palmatipartita (B&H), leaves alternate, circular, lobed, digitate or palmately cut nearly to the base.

palmatisectus,-a,-um (part.A), palmisectus,-a,-um (part.A): palmately-cut or divided to the base;

- folia palminervia, integra lobata v. fere dissecta (B&H), leaves palmately nerved, entire, lobed or almost dissected.

- folia palmatinervia vel palmatisecta, leaves palmate-nerved or -divided.

- palmatilobulatus,-a,-um (adj.A): palmatilobulate, with small lobes palmately arranged, as in bracts.

- foliis radicalibus subtus subpubescenlibus palmatisectis (DeCandolle), with the basal leaves somewhat pubescent below, palmatisect.

Cacalia palmatisecta; Koyamacalia palmatisecta; Parasenecio palmatisectus; Senecio palmatisectus

 

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