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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
stipatus,-a,-um (part.A): surrounded, crowded, enclosed; pressed close to, or together with [> L. stipo, 1. to press closely together, compress; to crowd a place, press round, surround]; cf. constipatus,-a,-um (part.A) ‘crowded closely together;’

- filamenta squamis carnosis fimbriato-laceris stipata, filaments pressed around by the fleshy, fimbriate-lacerate scales.

- fructus siccus, subcrustaceus, indehiscens, calyce stipatus, fruit dry, somewhat crusted, indehiscent, pressed closely to the calyx.

- florum capitula in glomerulus capituliformes dense congesta, foliis floralibus 1-3 ut in Spyridiis saepius stipata. (B&H), the little heads of flowers densely congested into capituliform glomerules, more often crowded together with the floral leaves 1-3 as in Spyridium.

- flores parvi, axillares, solitarii, sessiles, ebracteati v. bracteis 2-3 parvis stipati. (B&H), flowers small, axillary, solitary, sessile, without bracts or pressed closely by 2-3 small bracts.

- genitalia petalis distinctis intra calycem cincta stipata v. suffulta (B&H), genitalia by distinct petals within the calyx encircled, closely enclosed or subtended.

- sepala 2-6, rarius oo, valde imbricata v. per paria decussata, nunc bractearum paribus nonnullis decussatis extus stipata (B&H), sepals 2-6, more rarely [indeterminate], strongly imbricate or decussate [intersected] in pairs, sometimes externally enclosed with several decussate pairs of bracts.

- sépala 5 ,orbiculata, imbricata, bracteis oo stipata, sepals 5, orbiculate, imbricate, crowded with an indeterminate number of bracts.

- nux calyce accrescente stipata, the nut pressed closely to the accrescent calyx.

NOTE: not stipitate (provided with stipes): e.g. ovarium breviter v. longe stipitatum, ovary shortly or long stipitate.

 

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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