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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
suddenly: subito (adv.), ‘suddenly, unexpectedly;’ abrupte (adv.), 'suddenly, unexpectedly, abruptly;' repente (adv.), 'suddenly, unexpectedly;’ cf. quickly, swiftly; opp. gradually, q.v.; cf. slowly;

- costis sensim angustatis, in apice subito evanidis, with the costae gradually narrowed, in the apex suddenly vanishing.

- propagulis repente e foliorum vestigiis orientibus, with propagula unexpectedly arising from the vestiges of the leaves.

- coloniae in PDA crescentes abrupte vivide aurantiacae,colonies growing in PDA abruptly bright orange.

- pileus ad centrum primo viridis, deinde repente atro-brunnescens, the pileus at the center at first green, then suddenly becomingh black-brown.

- [Sphagnum] folia ramulina aut paulatim aut subito apiculata (Warnst.), the branchlet leaves either gradually or abruptly [i.e. suddenly] apiculate.

 

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