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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
hab. (abbrev.): habitat, q.v., ‘it inhabits, grows;’

- Hab. in pratis madidis Borreguils dictis in Sierra Nevada ad alt. circiter 8000' (Boissier), it grows in wet meadows called Borreguils in the Sierra Nevada at an altitude around 8000” [feet].

- Hab. in apricis montium calcareorum Regni Granatensis, Sierra de Mijas, Sierra Tejeda , alt. 3000'—4000' (Boissier), it grows in the open [sc. ‘locis’ - places] of the calcareous mountains of the Kindgdom of Granada, Sierra de Mijas, Sierra Tejeda, alt. 3000-4000’ [feet].

- Hab. ign. (DeCandolle): [perhaps] habitat loco ignoto, it grows in an unknown place.

 

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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