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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
trellised, trellis-like, latticed, grated, provided with lattices, with strips or lines crossing one another horizontally or vertically or crossing in diagonal lines, the lines with spaces between, usually square or diamond in shape; pierced with bars like a grating or trellis: cancellatus,-a,-um (part.A): latticed, cross-barred; (fungi) “reticulate; like a network, as the fruit-body of Clathrus” (Ainsworth & Bisby), reticulate with straight lines; cf. clathrate, ‘pierced or latticed with apertures;” and cribratus, a surface 'pierced like a sieve;' opp. continuus,-a,-um (adj.A + abl.), continuous, uninterrupted, unbroken, non-septate, not articulated or jointed; cf. ‘perforated,’ q.v., perforate(d), sieve-like, perforated profusely with numerous small holes; pierced with holes or pores or sprinkled with translucent dots;

NOTE: the openings are squared or rectangular; opp. to circular.

carioso-cancellatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “used of Lichens becoming latticed by decay” (Jackson).

clathratus,-a,-um (part.A) ‘pierced with openings like a grating or trellis, to set with bars; like a network.

pertusus,-a,-um (part.A): having holes or slits, perforated, pricked, that has a hole or opening, perforated, pierced

wattled (Eng. adj.): fabricated by interweaving flexible, e.g. fibers, around a series of rigid, upright supports, such as poles, resulting in a grid-like pattern.

 

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