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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
habitans,-antis (part.B): inhabiting, dwelling [> L. habito,-avi,-atum 1. (habitans,-antis) to inhabit, dwell]; cf. crescens,-entis (part.B): growing; cf. incolens,-entis (part.B): inhabiting;

- in palustribus habitans, dwelling in swamps.

- species 3, Africam australiorem habitantes (B&H), species 3, inhabiting southern Africa.

- species ad 30, omnes in regionibus extratropicis hemisphaerii borealis crescentes, imprimis in Europa et Asia; paucae Americanae, v. regiones árcticas habitantes (B&H), species to 30, all growing in regions beyond the tropics of the northern hemisphere, especially in Europe and Asia, a few American, or inhabiting arctic regions.

- species 4, Americam tropicam habitantes (B&H), species 4, inhabiting tropical America.

- species 6, Americam aequinoctialem habitantes (B&H), species 6, inhabiting equatorial America.

- frutices floribus saepius flavis , pube saepissime stellata, omnes ad cap. Bonae-Spei habitantes (DeCandolle), shrubs with the flowers more often yellow, with the pubescence most often stellate, all dwelling in the Cape of Good-Hope.

- Patria: Asia; in Sibirise regione transbaicalensi, loca uliginosa habitans(JaegerSauerb), native land: Asia, in the transbaical region of Sibiria, in swampy places.

- terram arenariam humidam caespitose habitans (JaegerSauerb), caespitosely dwelling in moist, sandy soil.

- Vanilla paludosa ab omnibus aliis speciebus sui generis in palustris habitante differt, Vanilla paludosa differs from all other species of its own genus by dwelling in swamps.

 

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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