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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Inquilinus,-i (s.m.II), abl. sg. inquilino: an alien, one who dwells in a place not his own; see exsul,-sulis (s.c.III) abl. sg. exsule; opp. indigena,-ae (s. common to all genders, I), native, indigene, belonging to ones own country; see alien (noun); opp. native (noun).
inquilinus,-a,-um (adj.A): naturalized, introduced, one who dwells in a place not his own, a lodger, tenant; see alien (adj.); opp. indigenus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v.; opp. nativ (adj.), q.v.;

- species 8 in aquis dulcibus Americae temperatae vel tropicae dispersae (B&H), una in variis locis Europae inquilina, species 8 in fresh waters of temperate or tropical America dispersed, one in various places of Europe naturalized.

- species regionis Mediterraneae indigena, nunc per varias regiones Americae meridionalis inquilina (B&H), species a native of the Mediterranean region, now naturalized throughout various regions of South America.

- Asia centralis, alibi culta vel inquilina, central Asia, elsewhere cultivated or introduced.

- in Australia et Polynesia, sicut in America, omnino desunt nisi inquilinae (B&H), in Australia and Polynesia, just as in America, everywhere absent except as an introduction.

- species paucae etiam per varias plagas utriusque orbis inquilinae (B&H), a few species also introduced [i.e. naturalized] throughout various regions of both sides of the globe [i.e. both the North and Southern hemispheres, of Old and New Worlds].

- [Lunularia] inquilina in ollis (Lindberg), naturalized on jars [or pots].

- species ad 8 in aquis dulcibus Americae temperatae v. tropicae late dispersae, una etiam in variis locis Europeae obvia, ut videtur inquilina, etsi hodie copiosa, to eight species (B&H), species up to 8, in the fresh waters of temperate or tropical America widely dispersed, one also encountered in the various places of Europe, apparently naturalized, although now it is abundant.

NOTE: Tuckerman, a specialist in lichens, used this word to express ‘foreign,’ somewhat in the sense of a parasite, e.g. when one species of lichen habitually grows upon another:

Buellia inquilina, Tuck., a lichen whose ‘foreign’ thallus grows upon the thallus of Pertusariae species.

 

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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