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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
betulinus,-a,-um (adj.A): pertaining to birch, the birch-tree;

- in cortice dejecto semiputri betulino, infrequens: semel etiam in Salice alba (S&A), infrequent on fallen betuline [i.e. of Betula] half-rotted bark: once also on Salix alba. DO S&A

- [fungi] amat truncos betulinos et alneos, quos incolit passim (S&A), it loves the trunks of Betula and Alnus, which it widely inhabits.

- [fungi] caespites hujus hinc inde in nemorosis obvii truncos vetustos semiputridos praesertim betulinos incolunt, praecoces, vigentes Junio et seqq. usque in autumnum (S&A), clumps of this here and there encountered inhabiting in groves of woods, very old, half rotted trunks, especially of Betula, early-developing, flourishing in June and the following [months] to in autumn.

- Ad cortices Betulae, Fagi etc. hinc inde frequens. Autumno (S&A), on the bark of Betula, Fagus etc. here and there frequent. Autumn.

- [fungi] nidulatur sub epidermide in Ceraso copiose; etiam in Betula alba hinc inde. (S&A), copiously embedded [i.e. nestling] under the epidermis in Cerasus [i.e. Cherry]; also here and there in Betula alba.

- [fungi] in ligno Betulae albae sicciore, nec alibi hucusque, aliquoties inventa (S&A), several times found on the drier wood of the birch, not thus far elsewhere.

Taphrina betulina Rostr.: a fungus that creates 'witches' brooms, or massed outgrowths in species of Betula; Peziza betulina, Erinium betulinum.

 

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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