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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
hucusque (adv.), huc usque (adv.): up to this point, up to now; hitherto, thus far, so far, to such an extent, to such a point, to such a degree, to this extent; cf. adhuc (adv.), q.v., ‘hitherto, up to now, up to the present time;’ cf. hactenus (adv.): thus far, until now;

- sylloge fungorum omnium hucusque cognitorum, summary of the fungi all thus far known, i.e. of all known fungi (Stearn).

- differt carina minus obscure colorata et forsan fructu hucusque nondum reperto, it differs by the keel less indistinctly colored and possibly by the fruit up to now not found.

- semina matura hucusque ignota (F. Mueller), the mature [i.e. ripe] seeds up to now unknown.

- in locis aridioribus et rupibus fere totius Australiae intratropicae hucusque exploratae (F. Mueller), in more arid [i.e. xeric] places and rocks of almost all of intratropical Australia hitherto explored.

- nullam Commelynearum stirpem in Australia Felice et territorio coloniae South-Australia hucusque reperimus (F. Mueller), we find no plant of the Commelyneae in Australia and in the territory of the colony of South-Australia up to now.

- nisi fructu, qui hucusque incognitus mansit, ab aliis Hibbertiis recedeat, (F. Mueller), save only for the fruit, which remains thus far unknown, it might separate from other Hibbertas [i.e. species of Hibberta].

- genus naturalissimum in sectiones accurate definitas hucusque non divisum (B&H), a genus most natural, hitherto not divided, accurately delimited into sections.

- [moss] hanc speciem hucusque cum F. disticha confusam, habitus tenuior, caulis ramulique graciliores debiliores satis superque distinguunt (Austin), this species has been hitherto confused with F. disticha, the thinner habit the stem and branchlets more slender, weaker, distinguishes it enough and more than enough.

- Anthemides omnes hucusque detecti, ad species 3 rediguntur, ex indicio naturae; singula, propri[o] charactere distinguantur (Necker), all of the [species] of Anthemis up to now discovered, are diminished to 3 species, according to the evidence of nature: [each and every one] may be distinguished by its own special character.

- Arctopus [Apiaceae], Hedera [Araliaceae], Psedera [Vitaceae], Solandra [Solanaceae], & Phyllis [Rubiaceae] species immortales, simplices hucusque: caetera compositae (Necker), Arctopus, Hedera, Psedera, Solandra and Phyllis, immortal [i.e. permanent] species, are [all] so far simple: the rest are compound.

- haec species naturalis hucusque simplex, praecedens composita (Necker), this species is natural and thus far, simple, the preceding [sc. species] is compound.

 

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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