Cupuliferous vs Cupulate - What's the difference?

cupuliferous | cupulate |


As adjectives the difference between cupuliferous and cupulate

is that cupuliferous is (botany) bearing, or furnished with, a cupule while cupulate is cup-shaped.

cupuliferous

English

Adjective

(-)
  • (botany) Bearing, or furnished with, a cupule.
  • The oak and the chestnut are cupuliferous .

    cupulate

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Cup-shaped.
  • Having or bearing cupules; cupuliferous.