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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
australis,-e (adj.B): austral, south, southern, q.v.; see borealis,-e (adj.B): north, northern;

- species 2, in Asia australiore vel Archipelago Indico crescentes (B&H), species 2, growing in more southern Asia or the Indian Archipelago.

- species ad 9, in regionibus temperatis frigidisve crescentes, 5 boreales, 4 australes (B&H), species to 9, growing in temperate or frigid regions, 5 boreal, 4 austral.

- species 8, omnes in Australia austro-occidentali vigentes (B&H), species 8, all growing in south-western Australia.

- species perpaucae intra tropicos v. in hemisphaerio australi obviae (B&H), a very few species are encountered within the tropics or in the southern hemisphere.

- una species per Europam et Asiam temperatam latissime dispersa etiam in Africa australi invenitur, sed forte inquilina (B&H), one species is found very broadly dispersed throughout Europe and temperate Asia, and in southern Africa, but perhaps and adventive.

- in lateris occid. montis Piepun ad austro-orientem pagi Dschungdien, on the western side of the mountain Piepun to the south-east of Dschungdien province.

NOTE: South America: America,-ae (s.f.I) australis (adj.B), according to Bentham and Hooker;

- species perpaucae regiones calidas extratropicas Americae borealis et australis habitant (B&H), a very few species inhabit extratropical hot regions of North and South America.

 

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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