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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
olivaceus,-a,-um (adj.A): olivaceous, olive-green;

- (moss) color olivaceo-viridis, nervi fuscescens (Hooker), the color olivaceous-green, with the costa blackish-brown.

- (moss) theca olivacea tandem brunnea, ore purpureo (Mueller), theca olive-green, finally brown, with a purple mouth.

- (moss) Sporae minutae olivaceae (Mueller), the spores minute, olive-green.

- theca matura pallide olivacea (Mueller), mature theca pale olive-green.

- folia e cellulis angustis densis homogeno-olivaceis composita (Mueller), leaves made up of narrow dense homogenously olivaceous cells.

- folia omnia integerrima fusco - olivacea haud nitentia (Mueller), all of the leaves completely entire, somber brown - olive-green, hardly shining.

- flos magnus purpureus , petala subtiis olivacea (DeCandolle), the flower large, purple, the petals olive-green underneath.

- acheniis parvis compressis ex oliváceo nigrescentibus (F. Mueller), with the achenes small, compressed from olive green to blackish.

- Ab hac differt nostra statura paullo minore; pileo e viridi subolivaceo, glutine spisso tenaci obtecto (S&A), from this [sc. species] ours differs by the size somewhate smaller, by the pileus green to almost olive-color, covered with a dense, tough gluten.

- pileus ad superficiem omnino olivaceus, the pileus at the surface entirely olive-colored.

 

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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