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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Fruticetum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. fruticeto: thicket, an association of shrubby species [> L. frutex,-icis (s.m. III), ‘shrub’]; see frutectum,-i (s.n.II); see thicket;

- sub quercubus , ad fruticeta frondosa varia (S&A), under Oaks, in various leafy [i.e. deciduous] thickets.

- hactenus nonnisi semel inventus in fruticetis frondosis umbrosis, ineunte Septembri (S&A), thus far only once encountered in shady, leafy [i.e. deciduous] thickets, at the onset of September.

- provenit ubique in campis & fruticetis Indiae occidentalis (Swartz), it comes everywhere from the fields and thickets of western India.

- Prom. b. spei , inter fruticeta camporum juxta flum. Zwartkoppsrivier dictum (mosses; Mueller), the Cape of Good Hope, among the thickets of the meadows next to the river called Zwartkoppsrivier.

- in fruticetis prope sinum Tumbey Bay litoris Spencer’s Gulf. (F. Mueller), in thickets near the bay: Tumbey Bay of the shore of Spencer’s Gulf.

 

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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