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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Alnus,-i (s.f.II), abl. sg. alno: Engl. alder, elder, “the alder, which flourishes in moist places: Betula alnus L.” (Lewis & Short);

- [lichen] Ad ligna vetusta alnea in Suecia (Nyl.), on old Alnus wood in Sweden.

- [lichen] [Calicium] occurrit quoque diminutum (tale ad alnos in Lapponia) (Nyl.), it also occurs diminished (such as on Alnus in Lappland).

- [lichen] ad ramos alnorum (praecipue emortuos) in terris Scandinavicis rupestribus, locis praesertim sylvaticis, frequens (Nyl.), frequently on the branches of Alders (especially dead ones) in rocky Scandinavian ground, especially in forested places.

- [fungus] variat ostiolis laevibus (in Alno) et rudibus i. e. superficie inaequali conspicuis (in Cytiso Laburno); tenuioribus et crassioribus (in Pruno domestica, ubi per Pezizam prunastri transcrescentem invenimus) (S&A), it varies by the ostioles smooth (on Alnus) and undeveloped i.e. with an uneven surface, conspicuous (on Cytisus Laburnum); thinner and thicker (on Prunus domestica, when we have found it growing across Peziza prunastri.

- nos certe satis frequentem habuimus in Betula, Alno, Carpino (S&A), we have certainly had it, quite frequent, on Betula, Alnus, Carpinus.

- [fungi] frequens ad ligna corticesque putrescentes dejectos udos Pinorum , rarior paulloque major in Alno (S&A), frequent on the decomposing fallen wet wood, and bark of Pines, more rare and somewhat larger on Alder.

Alnus,-i (s.f.II), abl. sg. Alno, the generic name is feminine: A. glutinosa, A. incana, A. hirsuta.

 

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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