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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Hybrid, “a plant obtained by the pollen of one species on the stigma of another” (Jackson): hybrida,-ae (s.c.I), abl. sg. hybrida, nom. pl. hybridae, dat.& abl. pl. hybridis; natum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. nato, ‘a hybrid offspring;’[ > L. hibrida,-ae (s.f.I), also hybrida,-ae (s.f.I) “of animals whose parents belong to different varieties or to different species, a mongrel, hybrid, associated with ideas of “unbridled, lawless, unnatural” (Lewis & Short);

- forsan hybrida inter Sphagnum subsecundum et S. cuspidatum (Austin), perhaps a hybrid between Sphagnum subsecundum et S. cuspidatum.

- hybrida hortensis e Celtide flavente LuBelle et C. humili P. Porter exorta, garden hybrid having arisen from Celtis flavens and C.humilis arisen.

- hybrida hortensis e Celtide purpurascente Magill et C. ohionense Crosby genita, garden hybrid born from Celtis purpurascens and C. ohionensis.

- hybrida inculta e Lomariopse japurensi et L. vestita genita, natural hybrid born from Lomariopsis japurensis and L. vestita.

- hybrida nova (adj.A), new hybrid; hybrida naturalis (adj.B), natural hybrid.

- hybrida inculta e Anapausia pradoi et A. scandenti genita, intermedia inter parentes, uncultured [i.e.natural] hybrid born from Anapausia pradoi and A. scandenti, intermediate between the parents.

- hybridum [sic] dicitur P. viciaefolii a P. atro fecundati (DeCandolle), it is said to be a hybrid of Pelargonium viciaefolium fertilized by P. atrum.

- dicitur hybridum [sic] P. fulgidi a P. melanantho fecundati (DeCandolle), it is said to be a hybrid of Pelargonium fulgidum fertilized by P. melananthum.

- natum e semine P. ignescentis a P. Principissae fecundati (DeCandolle), a [hybrid] offspring from the seed of Pelargonium ignescens fertilized by Pelargonium principissae.

- natum e semine P. obtusilobi a sp. ign. fecundati (DeCandolle), a [hybrid] offspring from the seed of Pelargonium obtusilobum fertilized by a [species unknown].

NOTE: see noth-, notho-: in Gk. comp., false-, bastard, born of unequal parents; a prefix indicating the hybrid character of a taxon; the prefix may be used as a substitute for the multiplication sign (x) to designate a hybrid.

NOTE: In forming names and epithets, Gk. numerical prefixes should be united to words of Gk. origin, L. prefixes to L. words, avoiding such hybrids as quadragonus, sexandrus (Stearn).

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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