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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
trabeculate, with projecting cross-bars (trabeculae) or lamellae, cross-barred; in mosses, used to refer to projections at the back of peristome teeth: trabeculatus,-a,-um (adj.A); cf. septate; cf. appendiculate; cf. cancellatus,-a,-um (part.A): latticed, cross-barred;

- peristomium simplex e dentibus sedecim aequidistantibus, erectis, exsiccando infractis, linearibus, excepta basi solida bipartitis, dense trabeculatis, superne granuloso-asperis (DozyMoeken), the peristome simple, from 16 equally-distanced teeth, erect, incurved when dried out, linear, in two parts except at the solid base, densely trabeculate, above roughened-granulose.

etrabeculatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “not cross-barred; a term applied to the teeth of some Urn-mosses” (Lindley).

 

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