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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
transfluens,-entis (part.B): running through, flowing through [> L. transfluo, transfluxi, 3. to flow or run through, (of blood), runs out, (of wine), soaks through; of time, to pass away, elapse (as an hour or day)], + in and acc.;

- [fungi] aculei regulares, formosi; quibus obtectus paene stipes curtus , crassus, in pileum transfluens, aculei regular, finely formed, with which the short, thick stipe is almost overwhelmed, running through into the pileus.

- [Peziza Digitalis; fungi] P. stipitata tenuis submembranacea, cupula pendula digitaliformi basi obliquo - gibbiuscula (S&A), Peziza on a stipe, thin, almost membranaceous, with the cupule pendulous digitaliform, at the base obliquely almost gibbous [i.e. swollen on one side]. NOTE: “Stipes tenuiusculus, in cupulam transfluens,” the stipe rather thin, running through into the cupula.

 

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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