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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
nemorosus,-a,-um (adj.A): “growing in groves” (Lindley); of woodlands, full of woodlands; “growing in groves or woods” (Stearn 1996); a landscape dominated by open spaces (glades) and wooded areas (groves); see nemus,-oris (s.n.III);

- locis nemorosis, in woodland places.

- in valle virgulta nemorosaque, in a valley full of brush and woodlands.

- nemorosi frutectosique tractus, regions full of open woodlands and shrubs.

- passim provenit subcaespitosa locis sylvarum nemorosis frondosis (S&A), everywhere it occurs, somewhat caespitose in places of leafy [i.e. deciduous] open-woodland forests.

- in solo argilloso in nemorosis graminosis humidiusculis per totam Europam (C. Mueller), on clay soil in woodland, grassy, somewhat humid [places] throughout all Europe.

- var. Hernianni. foliis subtus velutino-tomentosis — in Ceylonae nemorosis (DeCandolle), with the leaves velvety-tomentose underneath - in the woodland [sc. places] of Ceylon.

- a tractu montium Expedition Range usque ad plagam altam Buckland's tableland in montibus nemorosis basalticis 1000-2000' altis (F. Mueller), from the territory of the Expedition Range mountains to the Buckland’s tableland high district in wooded basalt mountains.

- [fungi] in foliis dejectis siccis variis, praeprimis tamen Syringae vulgaris, loco unico nemoroso frequens (S&A), on different dried fallen leaves, primarily, however, of Syringa vulgaris, populous in a single place of open woodland.

Equisetum arvense L. fo. nemorosum (A.Br.) Klinge, of woodlands; Arctium nemorosum “of woodlands” (Fernald 1950); Baccharis nemorosa; Blepharipappus nemorosus, Jacobaea nemorosa; Jungermannia nemorosa; Ranunculus nemorosus.

 

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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