exsiccatum

exsiccatum

[ek-si-key-tuhm]
noun, plural exsiccatums, exsiccata [ek-si-key-tuh] . Botany, Mycology.
a specimen intentionally dried, especially for herbarium display.

Origin:
< Neo-Latin, Latin exsiccātum something dried, neuter of exsiccātus; see exsiccate

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