cucullate

cu·cul·late

 (kyo͞o′kə-lāt′, kyo͞o-kŭl′āt′)
adj. Botany
Having the shape of a cowl or hood; hooded: cucullate sepals.

[Medieval Latin cucullātus, from Latin cucullus, hood.]

cucullate

(ˈkjuːkəˌleɪt; -lɪt) or

cucullated

adj
(Botany) shaped like a hood or having a hoodlike part: cucullate sepals.
[C18: from Late Latin cucullātus, from Latin cucullus hood, cap]
ˈcuculˌlately adv

cu•cul•late

(ˈkyu kəˌleɪt, kyuˈkʌl eɪt)

also cu•cul•lat•ed

(-kəˌleɪ tɪd, -ˈkʌl eɪ-)

adj.
resembling a cowl or hood.
[1785–95; < Late Latin cucullātus having a hood = Latin cucull(us) a covering, hood + -ātus -ate1]
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4c-f), they are membranaceous with some faint veins, small, cucullate ("hooded") and possibly clawed, between 3.
8-flowered; floral bracts orbicular or nearly so, 20-27 x 25-27 mm, apex rounded, incurved and appearing cucullate, greenish-yellow toward the apex and yellowish-green at the base, glabrous or nearly so, equaling 1/2 of the sepals length, strongly convex, carinate or the upper ones obtusely if at all carinate, covered by an oleaginous substance.
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8 mm wide, ovate, acuminate and incurved at the apex, slightly cucullate, erect, yellowish-green, carinate near the apex, nerved, longer than the sepals, not concealing the rachis, glabrous.
20 mm long (with extended petals), sessile, densely arranged, odorless; sepals symmetrical or nearly so, ovate, 12-13 x 4-5 mm, free, entire, green, rigid, densely and coarsely white-floccose-lepidote except for the glabrous margins, apex acuminate-caudate, pungent, the adaxial ones carinate with keels decurrent on the ovary, the abaxial obtusely carinate; petals narrowly sublinear-spatulate, rounded and inconspicuously cucullate, ca.
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17-23 mm long), and by the petals with apex slightly cucullate (vs.
Floral bracts broadly elliptic to ovate, 8-14 x 6-8 mm, from about equaling to much shorter than the sepals, thin coriaceous, cucullate, carinate, nerved, green to reddish tipped yellow.
Inflorescence subcylindric, simple, umbellate, sunk in the center of the rosette, 50-55 mm long (excluding the petals), 22-27 mm in diameter, 11 to 16-flowered; floral bracts entire, subobtuse and minutely apiculate, cucullate, white-hyaline except for the red apex, membranous, finely nerved, ecarinate, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lepidote inside, the outer ones subspathulate, 20-22 x 4-5 mm, equaling to slightly exceeding the ovary, the inner ones sublinear-lanceolate, acute, 15-17 x 2.
5 x 4 mm, yellow with green apex to pale orange, sparsely white-furfuraceous, margins entire with fimbriate trichomes; petals symmetric, broadly obovate-spatulate from a narrower base, apex obtuse to slightly emmarginate, distinctly cucullate in early anthesis, connate at base for ca.
1 mm long, fragrant; sepals narrowly ovate-lanceolate, acuminate, 8-10 x 2 mm, subequally connate at base for 3-4 mm, entire, sparsely to subdensely and coarsely white-lepidote, green; petals spatulate, apex acute to obtuse and slightly if at all cucullate, 20-21 x 6-7 mm, very narrow toward base, connate at base for 1-2 mm in a common tube with the filaments and style, suberect at anthesis, distinctly exceeding the stamens, white, without callosities; filaments ca.
the paratype #2), the adaxial ones alate-carinate with keels decurrent on the ovary, the abaxial one ecarinate; petals spathulate, rounded to obtuse and inconspicuously and slenderly apiculate under a lens, slightly cucullate, 18-20 x 5 mm, free, erect at anthesis and forming a tubular corolla except for the suberect apex, white toward the apex, greenish-white in their central portion, bearing 2 irregularly, long digitate-lacerate, downwardly oriented appendages 5-6 mm above the base, as well as 2 conspicuous longitudinal callosities shorter to nearly equaling the filaments; filaments terete, pale greenish, 13-15 mm long, the antepetalous ones adnate to the petals for 6-7 mm, the antesepalous ones free and slightly exceeding the antepetalous ones; anthers green, ca.