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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Pascuum,-i (s.n.II), abl.sg. pascuuo: pasture, i.e. a grassland used for grazing; see pasture, grassland, meadow; see pratum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. prato, ‘meadow;’ see field;

- in pascuis Orisava, in pastures at Orizaba.

- in pascuis Angliae, Galliae, Italiae; recepi etiam ex Asia et Nova-Hollandia, at ex Europa migratum? (DeCandolle), in the pastures of England, France, Italy; but then I have received it also from Asia and New Holland [i.e. Australia], but then [perhaps] migrated from Europe?

- amat species vulgaris pratorum ac pascuorum sicciora, gramine tenui vestita (S&A), the common species loves the drier places of meadows and pastures, [these] clothed with a thin grass.

- loca diligit affinium more aprica graminosa, pascua, prata, versuras : at in dumosis quoque umbrosis hinc illinc invenitur, subgregarius , antecedenti contemporalis (S&A), it prefers, according to the ways of its relations, open, grassy places, pastures, meadows, ploughed places: and also in shady spiney thickets here and there it is found.

- [fungi] in Potentillae argenteae foliis, quae hyemem perduravere, semivivis siccisve arva seu pascua incolens occurrit Martio , Aprili (S&A), on the leaves of Potentilla argentea, which have endured winter, it occurs, dwelling on half-dead or dry cultivated fields or pastures.

NOTE: pratum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. prato: a meadow which is a grassland but only a pasture if cattle are allowed to feed on it;

 

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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