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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
p. p.: abbrev.:

p. p., also pr. p.= pro parte: partly, in part;

“in part; used in nomenclature to denote that a taxon includes more than one currently recognized entity, and that only one of those entities is being considered” (Wiktionary Feb 2017).

- [lichen] Calicium lenticulare var. clavulare Ach. in V. Ak. N. 1816, p. 263 (pr. p., t. 8, f. 4 c ) (Nyl.), in part [pro parte], plate [tabula] 8, figure [figura] 4c. NOTE: Calicium quercinum var. lenticulare is a second entity (of the original Calicium lenticulare).

- [Cladonia endiviaefolia; lichen] = Cenomyce Vaillantii Duf. Révis. p. 11 pr. p. (Nyl.), Cladonia endiviaefolia = Cenomyce Vaillantii Duf. pro parte [i.e. in part].

p. mag. p., = pro magna parte: ‘for a large part’

p.p.maj. = pro parte majore, ‘for the greater part’

p. p. max. = pro parte maxima, ‘for the greatest part, almost entirely’

p. p. min. = pro parte minore, ‘for a small part’ (after Stearn).

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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