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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
alneus,-a,-um (adj.A): of or made of alder; pertaining to alder trees;

- [lichen] Typus in hb. Acharii, ad lignum alneum laevigatum in Suecia lectus (Nyl.), the type in the herbarium of Acharius collected on the smooth (and polished) wood of Alnus in Sweden.

- [lichen] ad cortices, praesertim quercus, Robiniae pseudoacaciae, etc., in Europa media passim; ad truncum alneum semiputridum in Suecia (Nyl.), on bark, especially of Quercus, of Robinia pseudoacacia, etc., throughout middle Europe; on the half rotted trunk of Alnus in Sweden.

- [fungi] ramulo putri alneo increscens egregie vigebat, sphaerulis gelatina sua turgentibus, in umbrosis muscosis (S&A), it was flourishing growing on a rotted alder branchlet, with the sphaerules sweling in their own gelatin, in mossy shaded [sc. places].

- [fungi] rarior nobis, nec nisi loco unico (Moholzer Haide) in truncis populinis alneisque humi jacentibus putrefactis hactenus obvia (S&A), it is rarer with us, except for one place (Moholzer Haide) encountered thus far on putrified Poplar and Alder trunks laying in ruins on the ground.

- [fungi] amat truncos betulinos et alneos, quos incolit passim (S&A), it loves the trunks of Betula and Alnus, which it widely inhabits.

- [fungi] in trunco putredine paene consumto abietino (semel etiam alneo?) in sylvis opacis passim invenimus fungum vernalem; adolescentem Martio, feracem Aprili, exoletum (rigidum, fragilem, poris majusculis irregularibus perforatum) Maio (S&A), we have found widespread the spring-time fungus on the rotted almost consumed trunk of a fir-tree (once also on alder?) in dark forests; increasing in March, fertile in April, grown to the end of its life (rigid, fragile, perforated with rather large, irregular pores) in May.

- [fungi] in ligno sicco exesissimo alneo subcorticalem habuimus unico loco (Moholzer Haide) speciem raram (S&A), we have had it beneath the bark, a rare species, on dry completely eaten away alder wood.

- [fungi] frequens crescit in foliis alneis deciduis semiconsumptis (S&A), it grows frequent on half eaten fallen alder leaves.

- [fungi] in statu immerso persistens, ad ligna alnea aliaque hinc inde occurrit (S&A), persisting in a state of immersion, it occurs on alder wood and other [trees].

 

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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