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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
sueded: a soft, fuzzy surface created by gently abrading a surface, as in lichen thalli, the pileus of Basidiomycetes: leniter (adv.) ‘lightly’ + abrasus,-a,-um (part.A), abraded, with a worn surface;’ cf. asperatus,-a,-um (adj.A) 'roughened;' cf. velutinus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘velutinous, velvety, densely covered with fine short soft erect hairs;’ see rubbed;

- pileus in superficie abrasus, pileus on the surface abraded.

- pileus leniter abrasus vel implicatus vel pannosus, lightly abraded (sueded) or matted or felted.

 

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