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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Rivulus,-i (s.m.II), abl.sg. rivulo: a small brook or stream, a rill, brooklet, rivulet; “small brook, rivulet, rill” (Stearn in Ray); “a small channel or gutter” (Glare);

- juxta rivulos e liquescente nive profluentes, &c. (Ray), beside small brooks out flowing from melting snow.

- holotypus in rivulo viam transcurrenti ex Xico usque ad Xico Viejo lectus, holotype collected in a stream crossing the road from Xico to Xico Viejo.

- in Americae septentrionalis rivulis saxis immersis adhaerens (Mueller), in North America adhering to stones submerged in streams.

- in locis humidis rupestribus, ad fontes rivulosquc sylvestres praesertim, rarius in paludibus (Mueller), in moist, rocky places, at woodland streams and brooks especially, more rarely in swamps.

- (fungus) [Sphaeria carpophila, ‘fruit-loving’] in pericarpiis nucum Fagi dejectis semiputribus udis juxta fontes rivulosque (S&A), on the pericarpia of fallen half-rotted beech nuts, in moist places [sc. locis] beside springs and brooks.

- Var. d. in rupibus decompositis, rivulo e fossa Schwarzwand proveniente irrigatis (C. Mueller), on decomposed rocks, irrigated by a creek coming forth from the Schwarzwand waterway.

- [Oscillatoria limosa; algae] habitat in fundo limoso fossarum, lacuum, rivulorumque lente fluentium, demum aquae innatans (Agardh), it grows in the muddy bottom of ditches, lakes and slowly flowing brooks, eventually growing in water.

- [moss] in arena secus rivulum sub Salice Lapponum copiosissime legit W. P. Schimper (C. Mueller), W. P. Schimper copiously collected it in sand along a brooklet under Salix Lapponum.

- in rupibus humidis soli et tempestati expositis, montium altissimorum ad locum Mountain Station dictum, rivulo Krombeks vicinum, et alibi in jurisdictione Zwellendam: (C. Mueller), on damp rocks exposed to the sun and [bad weather], of the highest mountains, at a place called Mountain Station, near to the (little) river Krombeks, and elsewhere in the jurisdiction of Zwellendam.

- Ad rivulos montium Flinders Range, apud sinus Guichen- et Rivoli Bay, ad amnnem Crystal Book et in variis locis Australiae felicis occidentalis (F. Muell.), at brooks of the Flinders Range mountains, near the bays Guichen- and also Rivoli Bay.

- in alveis rivulorum periodice exarescentium terras Arnhemicae, e. g. prope montes Macadam Range (F. Mueller), in the beds of rivulets periodically dried up in the territory of Arnhemica, e.g. near the Macadam mountains Range.

- [Lichenoides gelatinosum] Rich.Richardson in rivulo e spelunca, Malham-Cove dicta, in comitatù Eboracensi erumpente primus observavit, postea ipse nascentem vidi hanc speciem in torrentibus Alpinis montis Snowdon aestivo tempore (Dill.), first observed sprouting out in a small stream from a cave, called Malham-Cove, in York county, afterwards] I saw this very species growing in the Alpine torrents of mount Snowdon in the summertime.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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