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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Fraxinus,-i (s.f.II), abl. sg. fraxino: the ash-tree; “the classical Latin name. Oleaceae” (Stearn 1996);

- [fungi] abunde incolit utraque Tilias, Fraxinos, forsan et alias arbores (S&A), it inhabits abundantly both Tilias and Ashes, perhaps also other trees.

- [fungi] speciem forma constantissima, situ et colore a praecedente affatim diversam in petiolis nervisque foliorum putrido-siccorum Fraxini locis dumosis umbrosis legimus (S&A), we have found the species in form most constant [i.e. invariable], quite different in situation and color from the preceeding on the petioles and veins of rotten-dried leaves of Fraxinus in brushy shady places.

- [fungi] aliquoties lecta in ramis Salicis albae et Fraxini Novembri (S&A),collected at different times on the branches of Salix alba and Fraxinus. In November.

- [lichen] ad truncos ulmorum vetustarum (et fraxinorum) libentissime obvenit (Nyl.), it occurs most cheerfully on the trunks of old Elms (and Ashes).

(fungi) Hysterium fraxini, “In Fraxino frequens” (S&A), frequent on Fraxinus.

Fraxinus,-i (s.m.II), L.: F. americana, F. tomentosa, F. pennsylvanica, F. caroliniana, F. quadrangulata, F. nigra.

 

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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