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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
perpusillus,-a,-um (adj.A): very, very small, extremely small; see pusillus,-a,-um (adj.A); see small;

- herba perpusilla, tenuis, foliis gracile petiolatis trifoliolatis, floribus parvis purpureis (B&H), an herb extremely small, slender, with the leaves finely petiolate, trifoliolate, with the flowers small, purple.

- herba annua, perpusilla, setulis bipartitis appressis hispidula (B&H), a tiny annual herb with small bipartite appressed bristles, hispidulous.

- herba perpusilla, annua, subsucculenta, glaberrima (B&H), herb very small, annual, somewhat succulent, completely glabrous.

- [moss] Fissidens minutulus: dioicus; perpusillus subsimplicissimus (C.Mueller), dioicous; tiny, nearly unbranched.

- [moss] humlis; perpusilla, ramis erectioribus tenuioribus,(C. Mueller), low-growing; very small, with the branches more erect, more slender.

- [moss] Pl. [= planta] mascula perpusilla tenerrima, caulis elatus tenerrimus curvus(C. Mueller), male plant very, very small, very slender, the stem tell, very slender, curved.

 

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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