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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Atmosphere, the air in a given locality: atmosphaera,-ae (s.f.I) [> NL, atm- or atmo-, ‘vapor’ + sphaera,-ae (s.f.I), a sphere or globe]; see air; see weather;

NOTE: the use of ablative of time, and without a preposition.

- [fungus] sub dio in regionibus nostris, sed constanter atmosphaera tepente (S&A), under the open sky in our regions, but strictly in a tepid atmosphere.

- [fungi] rarior et haec nobis in frondosis umbrosis vel apriciusculis) atmosphaera [= abl.] madente. Medio Octobri(S&A), and rarer than this, with us, in leafy [i.e. deciduous tree], shadey [sc. places] or somewhat in open places in wet atmosphere [i.e. weather]. In the midd October.

- [fungus] obs. 2. De generum octo fere postremorum tempore natali restat, ut in universum moneamus, quod sigillatim jain saepenumero indicandum fuit: species videlicet, Trichiis exceptis, reliquorum et apprime quidem Didermatis, Physari, Dictydii, Cribrariae generum plerasque, atmosphaerae cum calore humentis amantissimas, aestatem pluviam in nostris certe regionibus longe praeferre autumno, ac inde, vita aestivali laete gregatimque peracta, multo parciores tantum minusque perfectas seriore anni tempore adesse (S&D),

we might, for example, publish generally, regarding the season of birth of almost eight of the last genera, which were indicated, individually, on many occasions up to the present: namely, the majority of the species of the remaining genera, with the exception of those of Trichia, and especially those of Diderma, Physarum, Dictydium, Cribraria, are most in love with the warmth of a humid atmosphere, to prefer by far the summer rain, certainly in our regions, in autumn and also afterwards, after the vigorously completed and abundant summer life-cycle, only to be present much more poorly and less perfectly [i.e. fully developed] at a later time of year.

 

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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