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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
parasitans,-antis (part.B): parasitic; “parasitizing” + acc. [> L. parasitor,-ari, a deponent verb, to play the parasite, to sponge];

-[alga: Bryopsis] Hab. ad corallinas, Flabellariam cet. parasitans, in sinubus tranquillissimis infra limitem maris (Agardh), it dwells parasitic on coralline [sc. algae], Flabellaria and others, in the most tranquil bays below the boundary of the sea.

- pervulgatus locis sylvaticis udis est fungillus, ubi in ramis dejectis, stipitibus, muscis, aliisve quisquiliis parasitatur (S&A), the fungillus is very common in wet, forested places, where it is parasitic on fallen branches, stalks, mosses or other refuse.

 

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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