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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
notabilis,-e (adj.B): noteworthy, remarkable, memorable, notable; distinguished; extraordinary; perceptible, discernible; indicated, marked, pointed at, distinctive; see remarkable;

- Exemplo tandem multo notabiliori, Mnium crudum folia perigonialia quatuor ordinum et totidem fere formarum habet (Bridel), finally in a more noteworthy example, Mnium crudum has perigonial leaves of four orders [i.e. arrangements] and almost as many forms.

- species notabilis R. aquatilem et speciatim hujus var. capillaceam omnino refert, sed floribus luteis prima fronte distinctissima (DeCandolle), the remarkable species recalls in every way Ranunculus aquatilis and especially its var. capillacea, but is most distinct at first sight by the yellow flowers.

- Var. [alpha] quae etiam sylvestris reperitur, forsan tamen ex hortis migrata. Var. [b]grandiflorus, [c] maximus, (d)serratus, (e.)patulus, (f)ferrugineus, (g) varius, (h).flavescens, (i) thyrsoideus, (j) fruticulosus, sunt variationes hortenses parum notabiles, (k) gynantherus, antheris nempe in carpella mutatis (DeCandolle), the var. alpha, which is also found in the wild, perhaps nevertheless migrated from gardens. Var. grandiflorus, maximus, serratus, patulus, ferrugineus, varius, flavescens, thyrsoideus, fruticulosus are horticultural variations, somewhat remarkable, the var. gynantherus, with the anthers genuinely changed into carpels.

- discrepantia notabilis inter characteres Vionaeae, proteae, holderliniae nostrae & leucandri, distinctas species 4, ex omnibus proteis linaeanis, naturam formasse, comprobat (Necker), the notable dissimilarity between the characters of Vionaea, Protea, our Holderlinia and Leucandrus, confirms that nature would have formed the 4 species, distinct from all the Linnaean Proteae.

- perigynanda propria, minima, persistens, disciformis, plus minusve notabilis, obsolete marginata, aut pluridentata (Necker), the partial [characteristic?] perigynanda [i.e. involucre] very small, persistens, disc-shaped, more or less perceptible, poorly bordered, or with many teeth.

- [lichen] magis notabile quam hae formae (vix tamen nisi varietas Calicii phaeocephali) est aciculare (Sm.). (Nyl.), more notable than these forms (only scarcely [sc. notable] except as varieties of Calicium phaenocephalum) is [C.] aciculare (Sm.).

- varietates binas sequentes offert notabiles (Nyl.), the following present two notable varieties.

 

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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