critical apparatuses or just apparatuses [anglicé]; apparatus critici [latinè ad amussim]commentarii tui mihi curae sunt
// your article sounds interesting
OED wrote:Forms: Pl. (rare) -atus, -atuses.
c. Materials for the critical study of a document. In full critical apparatus: = apparatus criticus n.
1728 E. Chambers Cycl. (at cited word), Glossaries, Comments, &c. are also frequently call'd Apparatus's.
1796 W. Godwin Caleb Williams (ed. 2) III. xiv. 248 The apparatus of my etymological enquiries.
1868 Jrnl. Philol. 1 No. 2. 66 His collation of the poem, with a description of the MS., a careful apparatus, and an interesting explanatory commentary.
1876 Hermathena II. 389 Professor W. Ramsay compiled his text very carefully, with apparently all the requisite data and critical apparatus.
1879 Q. Rev. Apr. 334 A thorough examination of the Old Testament by our modern critical apparatus of research.
I'm writing in Latin hoping for correction, and not because I'm confident in how I express myself. Latinè scribo ut ab omnibus corrigar, non quod confidenter me exprimam.