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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Marmor,-oris (s.n.III), acc. sg marmor, abl. sg. marmore, nom. & acc. pl. marmora;

- ostentant fragmentulum serpentini aut viridis marmoris, they display a small fragment of serpentine or green marble.

- pileus laetius opaciusve viridis: est etiam, quando viridi fuscoque marmoris ad instar eleganter variegatum reperire obtigit (S&A), the pileus is a more vivid or opaque green, it happens then to be perceived elegantly variegated as the green and grayed brown of marble

- Locus. In rupibus calcareis Hercyniae, praesertim ad Rübenland, ubi Marmora blankenburgica effodiuntur 1781. invenit et benevole communicavit Cl. EHRHART (Hedwig), Locality. On the calcareous rocks of Hercynia, especially in Rübenland, where the blankenburg marbles are excavated. 1781, discovered and kindly communicated by the well-known Ehrhart.

 

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