One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Of a calyx or involucre: having the parts (sepals or bracts) separate, not united. Opposed to gamosepalous, monosepalous.
Early 19th century. From poly- + sepal + -ous, after French polysépale (N. J. Necker Phytozool. philos 56).
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