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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

ibi (adv.): (of space) there, on that spot, at, or in that place, therein; (of time) then, thereupon; there, on that occasion; in that matter, in that condition, in that case, i.e. ‘then;’ cf. alibi (adv.),elsewhere, in another place; otherwise, in other respects; cf. nullibi (adv.), nowhere;

- ibi fructiferam legi Oct. ineunte (Boissier), I collected it then bearing fruit at the onset of October.

- capsulis turgidis, ibi seminibus numerosis, with capsules being turgid, then with numerous seeds.

- si flores marchescentes, ibi quoque rami sursum extendentes, if the flowers are withering, in that case the branches also are upward extending.

- (place) [fungi] exempla interdum occurrunt ingentia reliquorum caespitibus intermixta, unc. 1 lata, regularia , modice stipitata, extus albido - subtomentosa, nec ibi tantum, sed et intus, plicato - seu venoso - rugosa: quae si solitaria haberes, diversi fungi specie facile fallereris (S&A), specimens sometimes occur that are huge, intermixed with clumps of remnants, that are one inch wide, uniform, moderately stalked, externally whitish-somewhat tomentose, not only there [i.e. in that place] but also internally, plicate- or veinous-rugose [i.e. wrinkled into vein-shapes]: which, if you [were to] have considered [them one by one], you might have easily [have mistaken them for a species of a different fungus.

- (place) [algae] siphones tantum in ultimis ramulis evidentes observantur, ibi quoque numerosi ( 5 - 7 ) (Agardh), the siphones [i.e. tubular structures] are only observed to be evident on the ultimate [i.e. most distant] branches, also there they are numerous (5-7).

- (place) pedunculi axillares et terminales, 1-flori v. saepius dichotome ramosi, pedicellis basi v. medio bracteolatis et ibi articulatis (B&H), axillary peduncles axxilary and terminal, 1-flowered or more often dichotomously branches, with the pedicells at the base or middle bracteolate and jointed there.

- (time) [Margotia] genus dicavi clar. Henr. Margot Genevensi, qui nuper Zacynthium perlustravit, ibi genus curiosissimum Umbelliferarum (Heteroptera) detexit, floramque hujus insulae cum Cl. Reuter edidit (Boissier), I have dedicated the genus to the eminent Henry Margot of Geneva, who, not long ago, most thoroughly studied Zacynthium, at that time he discovered a most curious genus of the Umbelliferae (Heteroptera), and he published the flora of this island with the well known Reuter.

ibique (adv.) [ibi + -que], (space)‘and there,’ ‘and on that spot;’ (time) and then, and thereupon;

- (place) caulis inferne 4.0-6.0 cm diametro, ibique multiramosus necnon pallide brunneus, sursum tenuior, the stem below 4.0-6.0 cm in diameter, there also it is many-branched and also pale brown, upwards thinner.

- [fungi] provenit var. utraque mixta in cellis humidioribus ubique abunde, epixyla, saxatilis, imo in ollis pro plantarum hybernaculo ibique conservanda incolumitate huc delatis terrestris (S&A), both varieties come up completely mixed, in moister chambers everywhere, epixylous [i.e. growing on wood], on stones, terrestrial [i.e. growing on the ground], indeed, in pots for the over-wintering quarters [i.e. conservatory] of plants, and there transferred for this purpose for preserving in good condition.

- [fungi] discus a 2 ad 6 lin. [4.2 - 12.6 mm] imo ultra latus, ejus forma initio constantissime convexa pileiformis demum saepe evadit planiuscula centro umbilicata (ibique nonnumquam subrugosa), sed numquam concava (S&A), the disc from 2 to 6 lines [= 4.2 - 12.6 mm] indeed, wide beyond [i.e. wider than this], its shape at first very uniformly convex, pileus- [i.e. cap-] shaped, eventually often it becomes somewhat more flat, umbilicate in the center and there it is sometimes slightly rugose [i.e. wrinkled], but never concave.


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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