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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Ambulacrum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. ambulacro: avenue or walk shaded with trees; see road;

- in Europa media ad cortices (praesertim ulmorum, salicum, populorumque) haud rarum, prope vias et urbes, atque in ambulacris (Nyl.), in middle Europe on bark (primarily Elms, Willows, and Populus) hardly rare, near roads and cities, and also in shady avenues.

- [fungi] in abiegnis unico tantum loco solitarium invenimus: praefert enim apud nos quoque nemora et ambulacra frondosa umbrosa subhumentia — crescens v. c. in hortis ad Jankendorfi; in ambulacro amoeno illo, quod est inter arcem aedemque sacram Ullersdorfensem; in fageto umbroso montis Löbaviensis satis frequens (S&A), we have found it solitary in only one place on fir [-wood]: for it chooses with us also woodlands and leafy [i.e. deciduous trees] shaded, somewhat humid avenues - growing for example in the gardens at Jankendorf; in that visually beautiful avenue, which is between the citadel and the holy shrine at Ullersdorf; in a shady beech wood of the Löbaviensis mountain quite frequent.

 

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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