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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
fecundatus,-a,-um (part.A), also foecundus,-a,-um (adj.A):: made fruitful, fertilized [> L. fecundo,-are, 1. to make fruitful, to fertilize];

- hybridum [sic] dicitur P. viciaefolii a P. atro fecundati (DeCandolle), it is said to be a hybrid of Pelargonium viciaefolium fertilized by P. atrum.

- dicitur hybridum [sic] P. fulgidi a P. melanantho fecundati (DeCandolle), it is said to be a hybrid of Pelargonium fulgidum fertilized by P. melananthum.

- natum e semine P. fulgidi a quodam ignoto fecundati (DeCandolle), a [hybrid] offspring from the seed of Pelargonium fulgidum fertilized by a something [sc. Pelargonium] unknown.

- natum e semine P. ignescentis a P. Principissae fecundati (DeCandolle), a [hybrid] offspring from the seed of Pelargonium ignescens fertilized by Pelargonium principissae.

- natum e semine P. obtusilobi a sp. ign. fecundati (DeCandolle), a [hybrid] offspring from the seed of Pelargonium obtusilobum fertilized by a [species unknown].

- mericarpiis subaequalibus, utroque foecundo subaequaliter acute 4-5-costato (F. Mueller), with the mericarps nearly the same, each one nearly equally acute, 4-5-ribbed.

 

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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