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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Atlas,-antis (s.m.III), abl. sg. Atlante: “Atlas, a high mountain in Mauretania, in the northwest part of Libyas, on which ... heaven rested” (Lewis & Short);

- in Atlantis rupium fissuris (DeCandolle), in the fissures of the rocks of Mount Atlas.

- in Pyrenaeis et monte Atlante (DeCandolle), in the Pyrenes and Mount Atlas.

- in Atlante, et in Hispania (DeCandolle), on Mount Atlas and in Hispania.

- Alyssum Atlanticum, in Cretae rupibus, et in Atlantis cacumine (DeCandolle), Alyssum Atlanticum, on the rocks of Crete, and in the summit of Mount Atlas.

- in Atlante prope Tlemsen. (DeCandolle), in the Atlas Mountain[s] near Tlemsen.

- [Fumaria corymbosa] in rupium fissuris Atlantis. F. Africana Lam. dict. (DeCandolle), in fissures of rocks of the Atlas [Mountains]. called F. Africana by Lam.

Flora atlantica: sive historia plantarum quae in Atlante, agro tunetano et algeriensi crescunt /auctore Renato Desfontaines; flora of the Atlas Mountains: or a systematic account of the plants which grow in the Atlas Mountains, in the region of Tunesia and Algeria/ by the author Réné Desfontaines.

 

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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