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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
suffultus,-a,-um (part.A): subtended, supported or propped up from below + abl. [> L. suffulcio,-fulsi,-fultum 4., to subtend, prop up, support, to prop up from below]; see ‘supported;’

- sepala 2, lateralia, bracteola suffulta (B&H), sepals 2, lateral, subtended by a bracteole.

- semina solitaria, rarius 2-4, arillo cupulato integro v. lacero suffulta v. fere involuta (B&H), seeds solitary, more rarely 2-4, subtended or nearly enveloped by an entire or lacerate cupulate aril.

- pedunculi partiales 1-3-flori, bractea laterali suffulti (B&H), peduncles partial 1-3-flowered, subtended by a lateral bract.

- glomeruli florum inferiores remoti, superiores approximati, omnes folio suffulti, glomerules of flowers lower remote, upper close together, all by a leaf subtended (Stearn).

- flores parvi, virescentes, pedicellis bractea parva suffultis (B&H), flowers small, greenish, with the pedicels subtended by a little bract.

- drupa globosa v. oblonga, calyce aucto inclusa v. suffulta (B&H), drupe globose or oblong, included or subtended by the enlarged calyx.

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

- seminibus carúncula carnosa suffultis (F. Mueller), with the seeds supported by a fleshy caruncle.

Rosa arkansana var. suffulta, “supported or propped-up; because the original material bore supernumerary reduced leaflets from between the stipular lobes” (Fernald 1950); Aster spectabilis, var. suffultus ‘supported, from the crowded phyllaries’ (Fernald 1950).

 

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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