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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
livescens,-entis (part.B): becoming livid (i.e. bluish, a grayed color) [> livesco,-ere, 3., to turn black and blue, become livid];

- (in fungi) globulo spermatico albo sublivescente (S&A), with the spore white, nearly livid.

- A. pileo convexo nudo laevi e purpureo livescente, annulo subconcolore, lamellis et stipite albis (S&A), A. with the pileus convex, naked, smooth purple to bluish-gray, with the annulus of amost the same color, with the lamellae and the stipe white.

- annulus mediocris vel subparvus , dilute livescens, constanter praesens (S&A), annulus medium or a little small, a diluted bluish gray, invariably present.

- pilei enim colorem variabilem, in aliis rubescentem, in aliis livescentem, fuligineum, subhepaticum — offendimus (S&A), for we come upon a variable color of the pileus, in some rubescent, in others livescent [i.e. a blue-gray], sooty-brown, nearly liver-colored [i.e. dull brown with a little yellow].

 

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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