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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Palus,-udis (s.f.III), abl.sg. palude, nom. & acc. pl. paludes, gen. pl. paludum, dat.& abl. pl. paludibus: ‘swamps which dry up in the summer” (Stearn 1983); a wetland, a marsh, swamp, bog, fen, pool, stagnant water; note that a swamp appears to be wooded, a marsh need not be, but is not peaty (i.e. a bog); see swamp; see turbarium,-ii (s.n.II) ‘peat-bog;’ often juxtaposed with uliginosus,-a,-um (adj.A), which are wetlands lacking peat deposits; see marsh; see bog;

- in pratis uliginosis et paludibus profundis sociis aliis muscis palustribus (Jaeg.Sauerb), in wet meadows and deep bogs with other bog-moss associates

- paludes ceaspitosae (Hedwig), turfy swamps.

- paludes turfofas Sueciae inhabitat (Hedwig), it inhabits the peaty marshes of Sweden.

- in paludibus subsalinis ad South Port Tasmaniae (F. Mueller), in the brackish wetlands at South Port of Tasmania.

- in paludibus habitans, growing in swamps.

- in paludibus habitanti differt, it differs by dwelling in swamps.

- Vanilla paludosa ab omnibus aliis speciebus sui generis in palustris habitante differt, Vanilla paludosa differs from all other species of its own genus by dwelling in swamps.

- in paludibus Vogesorum (Mueller), in swamps of the Vosges [Mountains].

- in locis humidis rupestribus, ad fontes rivulosquc sylvestres praesertim, rarius in paludibus (Mueller), in moist, rocky places, at woodland streams and brooks especially, more rarely in swamps.

- (moss) per orbem totum terrarum, regionum omnium incolae, arbores, paludes, rupes atque terram diversissimam ornantes ct distributione latissima gaudentes (Mueller), throughout the whole world of lands, an inhabitant of all regions, trees, swamps, rocks and decorating rocks and the highest diversity of soil and enjoying the widest distribution.

- species ad 120, aquis paludibusque tam dulcibus quam salsis orbis terrarum incolae.(B&H), species to 120, in water and wet places [that are] sweet [i.e. fresh] as well as salt of the lands of the world.

Paludella squarrosa (a moss).

 

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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