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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
insuper (adv., i.e. no object): above, on top, from above; overhead; over and above, moreover, besides, in addition to; opp. subter (adv.): below, beneath, underneath, in a lower place; cf. desuper (adv.);

- petalis insuper lavandulaceis subter albis, with petals lavander above, white below.

- Rhamneis calyce fructu discoque magis accedit, sed longe distat notis aliis supradictis et insuper per staminibus petalis alternis (B&H), it approaches more by the calyx, fruit and disc to the Rhamneae, but is far distant from them by other characters aforementioned and besides, through the stamens alternate to the petals.

-.(alga) coniocystae in Calothrice confervicola et C. scopulorum, in pluribus Confervae speciebus, in Siphoneis et Chaetophora inventae sunt; illis forsan insuper analogae habeantur sporae Zygnematum, copulatone ortae (Agardh), the coniocysts are encountered in Calothrix confervicola and C. scopulorum, in many species of Conferva, in Siphoneae and Chaetophora; perhaps in addition to those the spores of Zygnema should be considered analogous, having originated through copulation [i.e. sexual union].

- sed hic character non magis quam in R. orientali et praesertim in R. cornuto observatur, et insuper in aliis speciebus formae intermediae occurrunt (B&H), but this character is observed not more than in R. orientalis and especially in R. cornutus, and occurs in other species besides, of an intermediate form.

- Tiliaceae differunt a prioribus insuper antheris 2-loeularibus (B&H), the Tiliaceae differ from the preceding moreover by the anthers 2-locular.

- Magnoliaceae ab affinibus imprimis sepalorum petalorumque indole distinguuntur, a Dilleniaceis insuper arillo nullo, ab Anonaceis albumine non ruminato (B&H), the Magnoliaceae is distinguished by the disposition of the sepals and petals, from the Dilleniaceae, moreover, by the lack of an aril, from the Anonaceae by the albumin not ruminate.

- genus Camelinae affine, sed differt conspicuo valvis siliquae non apice productis nec margine planis, insuper stylo brevi robusto, et charactere abnormi (minimi valoris exemplaribus cultis non constante) siliquae 4-valvis (B&H), the genus related to Camelina, but it differs conspicuously by the valves of the siliqua not prolonged at the apex nor flat at the margin, besides the robust, short style, and by the abnormal character (not considering cultivated specimens of the smallest value) of the 4-valved siliqua.
insuper (prep. with acc. and abl.): over, above, on the top, overhead; opp. subter (prep. with acc. and abl.): below, beneath, underneath, under; cf. desuper (adv.);

- petiolis insuper medio glabris, with the petioles above the middle glabrous.

- insuper subterque terram crescit, it grows above and below the soil.

- setis insuper capsulis glabris, with the setae underneath the capsules glabrous.

 

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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