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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
roseus,-a,-um (adj.A): rose-colored, q.v.; this word also seems to be used in the sense of rosaceus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v.; see rose-colored;

- (fungi) pulvis seminalis copiosus, e roseo ruber (S&A), the generative powder [i.e. spores] abundant, red from a rose color.

- Variat fl. roseo et purpureo (DeCandolle), it varies with the flower [flore] rose-colored and purple.

- petala dilute rosea vix 2mm longa, obtusiuscula. Antherae fuscas (F. Mueller), the petals pale rose-colored, scarcely 2 mm long, somewhat obtuse. Anthers fuscous [a blackish-brown].

- petalis saturate roseis minus crispis, with the petals deeply rose-colored, less crisped.

- flores rosei circiter 2 lin. longi (F. Mueller), the flowers rose-colored, around 2 lines long.

- médius ante carinas albidus roseo-venosus(F. Mueller), the middle, before the keels whitish, rose-color-veined.

- ore pertuso roseo-rubro, with the perforated mouth rose-red.

- sphaerulis e globoso dein ovatis saturate roseis (S&A), with the sphaerules from globose to finally ovate, intensely rose-colored.

- e carneo sensim saturatius roseo purpurascente (S&A), from flesh-colored gradually more intensely purplish rose-colored.

- vertices sphaerularum jucundo picti colore roseo versus rubrum vergente (S&A), the tops of the sphaerules pleasingly painted with a rose-colore verging toward the red.

- coloris e candidissimo in amoene diluteque roseum sensim abeuntis (S&A), of the color gradually passing from a very shiny white into a beautiful and pale rose-color.

- capitulo laevi globoso ovatoque candido, demum dilute roseo (S&A,), with the capitulum smooth, globose and ovate, shining white, finally a dilute rose-color.

- pulvis farinosus, primo dehiscentiae momento albidus vel tantillum saltem carneus, ad liberum aeris contactum mox intensius incarnascens in roseum denique colorem vergit (S&A), a mealy powder, at the first instant of dehiscence whitish or at least a little bit flesh-colored, at the first free touch of air soon more intensely fleshy and finally it shades into a rose color.

- macula rosea vel dilute purpurea, the spot rose-colored or pale purple.

- lamellae ante evolutionem albidae, pulvere mox seminali copioso incarnato - roseo tinctae colorem mutant (S&A), the lamellae, before their unfolding, whitish, tinted with the copious reproductive powder [i.e. spores] having become fleshy to rose-colored, they change color.

- (fungi) stipitis color eleganter roseus per floccos laxos sericeos flavicantes sub annulo persistentes transparet (S&A), the color of the stipe is rose-colored becoming yellowish under the annulus through the persistent, loose, silky cottony-tufts.

aurantiaco-roseus,-a,-um (adj.A): orange-rose-colored.

carneus,-a,-um (adj.A): “flesh-colored; the pale red of Roses” (Lindley).

carmine-rose: carmineo-roseus,-a,-um (adj.A); see carmine.

Boletus roseus; Trichoderma roseum; Coreopsis rosea, ‘rose-colored’ from the ligules deep to light rose; Echeveria rosea; Pachyphytum roseum; Sempervivum roseum.

RHODALSINE, Gay, species unica, maritima, Mediterranea, habitu et petalis roseis (B&H), a single species, maritime, Mediterranean, with the habit and petals rosaceous[or rosaceous habit and rose-colored petals].

 

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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