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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Andes: perhaps declined like the Alps, q.v.: Andes (f.pl. III), gen. pl. Andium, dat. & abl. pl. Andibus, presumably also an i-stem noun as in Alps:

- in nemoribus altis frigidis Andium Peruviae (DeCandolle), in the high cold woodland glades of the Andes of Peru.

- genus in Andibus Peruviae et Novae-Granatae vulgatissimum, the genus in the Andes of Peru and Colombia most common.

- Andes Americae australis (B&H), Andes of South America.

- species Andes Americae meridionalis a Mexico ad Chili borealem incolunt (B&H), the species dwell in the Andes of south America from Mexico to northern Chili.

- species secus Andes in Americani meridionalem penetrantes (B&H), species penetrating along the Andes into South America.

- Species 1, in Andibus Chili obvia, species 1, encountered in the Andes of Chili.

- in summis Andium cacuminibus saxosis (DeCandolle, on the highest peaks of the Andes.

- Andes Quitenses sive Aequatoriales, the Quitensian or Equatorial Andes, “extending from Pasto on the north to the river Maranyon (or Amazons) on the south” (Mitten).

- Andes Peruvianae, the Peruvian Andes, “extending from the Maranyon on the north to abut Lake Titicaca on the south” (Mitten).

NOTE: Nova Granata may mean “Colombia” but “more often Gran Colombia (i.e. present Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela) (Stearn 1983).

 

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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