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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Frutectum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. frutecto: a place full of shrubs or bushes; shrubby association of species; a thicket; see fruticetum,-i (s.n.II); see thicket;

- ager frutectis aut arboribus obsessus, a field [or territory] occupied by shrubby places or by trees.

- rosa silvestris in frutecto tenebroso, a wild rose in a dark shrubby place.

- [mosses] at plurimam muscorum cohortem, Hypna, Leskias, Neckeras, Fissidentes etc. saepium vicinia, pomaria, fruticeta, luci, nemora, syluae, sub umbris suis educant (Bridel), and also the neighborhood of hedges, orchards, thickets, groves, open woodlands, forests nurture many a company of mosses beneath their very shades: Hypnums, Leskias, Neckeras, Fissidens, etc.

 

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