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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
collinus,-a,-um (adj.A): pertaining to hills, hilly; upland; ‘growing on low hills” (Lindley; also Stearn 1996); cf. upland (adj.); opp. loca depressa, low, or low-lying places, opp. loca collina, hilly or upland places; cf. montosus,-a,-um (adj.A), full of mountains;

- in locis aridis terrae interioris tum depressis tum collinis inter gradús 32 et 18 latitudínis australis (F. Mueller), in arid places of the interior territory sometimes low [places, i.e. lowlands], sometimes hilly [i.e. uplands] between 32 and 18 degrees south latitude.

- In pratis siccis praesertim collinis Australiae orientalis subtrópicae (F. Muell.), in dry grasslands especially the hilly ones of subtropical eastern Australia.

- in pratis collinis et ripariis a fluvia Burdekin usque ad rivum Brisbane (F. Muell.), in the upland and riverside meadows from the river Burdekin to the Brisbane river [note, both are important rivers in Australia, the Brisbane the longest in South East Queensland].

- in locis aridis terrae interioris tum depressis tum collinis inter gradús 32 et 18 latitudínis australis (F. Muell.), in arid places of the interior region sometimes low-lying, sometimes hilly between the degrees 32 and 18 of the south latitude.

- in plagis calcario-collinis inter flumen Murchison et portum Gregory (F. Muell.), in the calcareous- [i.e. limestone] hilly regions between the Murchison river and Port Gregory.

- in tractu collino calcario prope Minanooka inter portum Gregory et fluvium Murchison(F. Muell.), in the calcareous hilly [i.e. upland] territory near Minanooka between Port Gregory and the Murchison river.

- in collinis apricis Pedemontii et Mauritaniae (DeCandolle), in the hilly open places of the Pedemont and Mauritania.

- [Lycoperdon; fungus] in collinis graminosis pascuosis hinc inde (S&A), here and there in hilly [i.e. upland] grassy pasture-lands.

- [lichen] in insula arctica Freti Behringiani (Wright), in locis collinis nudis, supra lapillos silaceos, etc., ex Tuck. l. c. (Nyl.), on the arctic island of the Behring Strait (Wright), in bare, hilly places upon yellowish-brown pebbles, etc., according to Tuckerman in the places cited.

- [fungi] provenit epigaeus in sylvis acerosis, inprimis collinis montosisve (S&A), it occurs on the ground in needle-leaved forests, especially in hilly or mountainous places.

- [fungi] Passim obvia nobis facta in pascuis, versuris, gramineis collinis sicciusculis (S&A), [everywhere] encountered by us brought forth in pastures, ploughed fields, grassy, upland, rather dry places.

- [Gymnopodes collinus; fungi] in graminosis sicciusculis, pratis, pascuis, versuris, coelo madido frequens (S&A), in grassy, somewhat dry places, meadows, pastures, ploughed fields, frequent in moist weather.

Dianthus collinus

 

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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