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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
stigmatosus,-a,-um (adj.A): having (especially well-developed or conspicuous) stigmas; stigmatic, relating to the stigma or stigmas; full of marks or spots;

- styli apex supra annulum stigmatosum productus, apex of style above the stigmatic ring drawn out (Stearn).

- stylus nunc indivisus, stigmate rotundato in discum expanso, nunc apice in lobos 2 vel 3 brevissimos intus stigmatosos divisus, style sometimes undivided, with stigma rounded into a disc expanded, sometimes at the tip into lobes 2 or 3 very short on the inside stigmatic divided (Stearn).

- stylus a basi integra rarius breviter evoluta in ramos stigmatosos divisus (B&H), style divided from the entire base [which is] more rarely shortly developed into stigmatose branches.

- stylus brevissimus, ramis stigmatosis 3 linearibus apice 2-lobis v. profunde 2-lobis (B&H), style very short, with stigmatose branches 3, linear, at the apex 2-lobed or deeply 2-lobed.

- stylus basi brevissimus, ramis stigmatosis 3 filiformibus indivisis (B&H), style at the base very short, with stigmatose branches 3, thread-like, undivided.

 

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