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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
vittatus,-a,-um (adj.A): vittate, longitudinally striped, often in reference to a color difference; “striped lengthwise” (Lindley); (bryology) longitudinally striped” (Magill 1990); (fungi) “having longitudinal lines, bands, or ridges” (Ainsworth & Bisby); bearing vittae; cf. balteiformis (adj.B), belt-shaped; see striped; see vitta;

- valleculis univittatis, with furrows having one vitta.

- fructu oblongo, jugis obtusis, valleculis 3-vittatis, stylis deflexis stylopodio incumbentibus eoque paulo longioribus (Boissier), with the fruit oblong, with the ridges obtuse, with the valleculae 3-vittate [i.e. bearing 3 vittae], with the styles deflexed, incumbent on the stylopodium and somewhat longer than it.

bivittatus,-a,-um (adj.A): bivittate, “having two vittae” (Lindley).

vittatipetalus,-a,-um (adj.A): with lengthwise-striped petals.

Phragmipedium vittatum (Vell.) Rolfe

evittatus,-a,-um (adj.A): evittate, “Not striped. Destitute of vittae” (Lindley); “not having vittae, oil-reserves in the fruit of Umbelliferae” (Jackson);

- mericarpia jugis 5 filiformibus, intermediis duobus aliquando obliteratis, lateralibus marginantibus, valleculis planis evitatis (Boissier), with the mericarps with 5 filiform ridges, the intermediate ones two, occasionally obliterated, the lateral ones forming a border, the furrows flat, lacking vittae.

 

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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