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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
desuper (adv.), deinsuper (adv.), q.v.: (down, downwards) from above, from overhead, from on top, over, (up) above; cf. insuper (adv. or prep.);

- exempla majora P. eduli haud adeo absimilia desuper apparent: a qua tamen admodum diversa est haec species (S&A), the larger specimens appear not so much unlike P. edulis from above: from which, however, this species is completely different.

- laminis chartaceis (non coriaceis) atque desuper laevis (nec bullatis), with the lamina chartaceous (not coriaceus) and also from above smooth (not bullate).

- sub lente a latere desuper picta, under the lens from the side drawn [looking] down from above.

- passim provenit in Betonicae officinali pratensis foliis, virorem suum desuper paene conservantibus (S&A), everywhere it appears living in meadows, on the leaves of Betonica officinalis, almost preserving its own green color from above.

- desuper inspectum videtur sessile: stipes tamen adest brevissimus, crassus, rufus (S&A), examined from above [it] seems sessile; however a stipe is present, very short, thick, red.

- Fig. 6. Peziza flammea: (a) magnitudine naturali; (b) sub lente a latere (c) desuper picta (S&A), Figure 6. Peziza flammea: a. in it natural size; 2. under the lens from the side; c. pictured [i.e. painted] from above.

- Fig. 6. Sclerotium scutellatum: (a) maguitudine naturali; auctum (b) desuper (c) a latere cum stipite brevissimo (d) ad segmentum verticale delineatum (S&A), Figure 6. Sclerotium scutellatum: a. at natural size; magnified b. from above c. from the side with a very short stipe d. on a vertical segment drawn.

- Fig. 5- Diderma squamu1osum: (a) mole nativa; auctum (b) a latere, integrum (c) (d) desuper, plus minus laesum, columellam monstrans (S&A), Figure 5. Diderma squamulosum: a. in its natural body; magnified; b. from the side, entire; c. [and] d. from above, more or less damaged, showing the columella.

- Fig. 1. Sphaeria Pini: (a) mole nativa; aucta (b); a latere (c) (d) desuper conspecta — (e) horizontaliter (f) verticaliter ad amussim scissa (S&A), Figure 1. Sphaeria Pini: a. native body; magnified b; from the side c.; [and] d.; observed from above - e.; horizontally f.; vertically accurately [i.e. carefully] separated.

- Fig. 4. Sphaeria exilis: (a) molecula nativa; aucta (c) junior (b) (e) disco collapsa (d) desuper inspecta (S&A), Figure 4. Sphaeria exilis: a. a fragment at native [size]; magnified c.; younger b. [and] e.; fallen in at the disc d.; examined from above.

 

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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