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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
attamen (adv.): nevertheless, and yet, and still; “and that although” (Stearn);

- ramulis sparsis flexuosis attenuatis attamen obtusis (Agardh), with branchlets sparse, flexuose, attenuate and yet still obtuse.

- pileus saepe integer, infundibuliformis, regularis, mesopus; attamen propter situm arcte caespitosum, the pileus often entire, funnel-shaped, symmetric, with the stipe in the middle; and yet, because of the site [i.e. manner of lying] frequently closely caespitose.

- sed discus utplurimum e centro communi irregulariter fissus in lacinias saepe triangulares subaequales, attamen nonnumquam etiam quadratas, difformes etc., in marginem erectum dispositas , hiat (S&A), but, for the most part, the disc gapes open [hiat], after being irregularly split into laciniae, often triangular, somewhat uniform, and even sometimes quadrate, of unusual forms etc., arranged on the erect margin.

- IXIOSPORUM, a Citriobato non differre videtur nisi seminibus numerosioribus. Attamen nec fructum maturum nee flores vidimus (B&H), Ixosporum does not seem to differ from Citriobatus unless by the more numerous seeds. And yet although we did not see the mature fruit nor the flowers.

- genus dubiae affinitatis, et ob ovula adscendentia, micropyle supera, inter Sapindaceas abnorme; attamen manifeste Meliantho arcte affine (B&H), a genus of doubtful relationship, and due to the ascending ovules, the superior micropyle, abnormally among the Sapindaceae; nevertheless clearly closely related to Melianthus.

- Notis illustratis a sequente long differt. — In insula Tristan d'Acunha Africae occidentali - meridionalis, verosimiliter attamen false, enumeratur (Mueller), by the characters illustrated it is far different from the following. On the island Tristan d’Acunha of north-west Africa, and yet perhaps falsely listed.

 

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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