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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Carpinus,-i (s.f.I), abl. sg. carpino: the hornbeam tree; European Hornbeam: Carpinus belulus L. (Betulaceae); see betula,-ae (s.f.I);

- [fungus] ramos praeamat Crataegi: sed et in Fago, Carpino, Quercu, Betula nobis, nec infrequens, obvenit (S&A), it above all loves the branches of Crataegus: but not infrequently it occurs with us on Fagus, Carpinus, Quercus, Betula.

- [fungus] truncis haec laetari videtur compagis durioris: in Ulmo campestri, Carpino etc. praesertim a nobis observata (S&A), this seems to be delighted on the trunks of the harder fabrics: especially observed by us on Ulmus campestris, Carpinus etc.

- [fungus] non Salices modo (Capream et albam) obvestit, verum Betulam quoque et Carpinum (S&A), it covers over not only Willows (Caprea and alba), but also Betula and Carpinus.

- [fungus] erumpit haec species ex epidermide ramorum Fagi (v. c. Eulenwald) et Carpini (v. c. Anstaltsgarten) (S&A), this species erupts from the epidermis of branches of Fagus (I have seen it live in the Eulenwald) and of Carpinus (in Anstaltsgarten).

- [fungus] provenit ad ramos caesos antiquos putrescentes Carpini Betuli, quos semel tantum (Anstaltshof), sed ingenti ejus copia totos paene obtectos vidimus exeunte Novembri (S&A), on the ancient, rotting fallen branches of Carpinus, Betulus, which only once occurred (at Anstaltshof), but we saw almost the whole covered with a huge mass of it.

- [fungus] bis invenimus fungum nobis rarum: in Carpino (Anstaltsgartcn) cupulis convexis clausis, Aprili — inque Fago excelsa emortua (Arnsdorjer Berge) disco plano aperto, medio Octobri (S&A), twice we have encountered the fungus, rare with us, on Carpinus (in Anstaltsgarten) with closed, convex cupules, in April - and on a high dead Beech (Fagus).

NOTE: the fungus epithets in ‘betuli’ perhaps refer originally to the habitat as on Carpinus betulus L., the European Hornbeam: Peziza betuli (Albertini & Schweiniz) = Ocellaria betuli, Stictis betuli; cf. Sphaeria betuli Pers. =Sphaeria carpini Fr.

- [Sphaeria betuli; fungus] utraque var. in ligno arido carpineo vulgaris (S&A), both varieties common on the dry wood of carpinus.

Leccinum carpini, a mushroom of deciduous woods, growing under hazels and hornbeams (Carpinus).

 

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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