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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
rostellatus,-a,-um (adj.A): somewhat beaked, provided with a short or minute beak;

- perianthia basi nuda (i.e. a bractea remota) foliis caulinis subaequilonga pyriformia, tota longitudine acute 5-carinata, laevissima, apice rotundato obsolete rostellata, perianths (colesules) naked at base (i.e. at a distance from the bract) about as long a the stem-leaves, for the whole length acutely 5-keeled, quite smooth, at the rounded apex weakly minutely-beaked (Stearn).
rostellatus,-a,-um (adj.A), rostellaris,-e (adj.B): provided with a little beak, or rostellum; cf. mucronulatus,-a,-um (adj.A): mucronulate, with a minute mucro;

- [Thalictrum] floribus monoicis, filamentis clavatis, pericarpiis compressis stylo brevissimo vix rostellatis (DeCandolle), with the flowers monoicous, the filaments clavate [i.e. club-shaped], the pericarpia compressed scarcely rostellate with the shortest style.

- [Ranunculus] carpellis granulato-tuberculosis stylo vix rostellatis (DeCandolle), with the carpels granulate-tuberculose, scarcely rostellate with the style.

- [Caltha] capsulis rostro adnnco (DeCandolle), with the capsules with a hooked beak.

- [Aconitum rostellatum] galea erecta subconica abrupte rostellata (DeCandolle), with the galea erect, almost conic, abruptly rostellate.

- galea falcato-uaviculata rostellala (DeCandolle), with the galea falcate-naviculate, rostellate.

- stigmate capitellato, carpidiis lepidotis subrostellatis (F.Mueller), with the stigma capitellate [i.e. with a small head], with the carpidia lepidote [i.e. with small scurfy scales], nearly rostellate [i.e. with a small beak].

- antheris connectivo excurrente rostellatis, (F. Mueller), with the anthers rostellate, with the connective excurrent.

- (moss) theca ovalis vel globosa plerumque recto -rostellata (Mueller), theca oval or globose , usually straight-rostellate [i.e. with the operculum with a little, straight beak].

- (moss) [Phascum rostellatum] theca longi-pedunculata ovalis longe et oblique apiculata; calyptra longe apiculata angusta (Mueller), the theca long-pedunculate, oval, longly and obliquely apiculate; the calyptra long-apiculate, narrow

- (moss) theca erecta minuta oblonga operculo convexo breviter oblique rostellato (Mueller), the theca erect, minute, oblong, with the operculum convex, shortly obliquely rostellate.

(Orchidaceae:) Acianthera rostellata; Aerangis rostellaris; Angraecum rostellare; Appendicula rostellata; Cleisostoma rostellatum; Taeniophyllum rostellatum

 

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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