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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Patria,-ae (s.f.I), abl.sg. patria: native land, homeland; solum,-i (s.n.II) natale, abl. sg. solo natali, habitat, birth place; locum natale (adj.B), locum patrium (adj.A), habitat, birth place, paternal soil; habitatio,-onis (s.f.III), q.v., is also used in similar fashion;

- patria ignota, native land unknown, i.e. where a specimen was collected, unknown.

- Patria: Promontorium bonae spei, Somerset East, monte Boschberg, cum Ephemero capensi, homeland Cape of Good Hope, Somerset East, on Boschberg Mountain, with Ephemerum capensis.

- Patria. Paraguay, Yuguaron, ad vias cavas, Julio 1879: B. Balansa, No. 3657. Native land. Paraguay, Yugaron, on excavated road, in the month of July 1879: B. Balansa, No. 3657.

- Patria: Asia; in Sibirise regione transbaicalensi, loca uliginosa habitans(JaegerSauerb), native land: Asia, in the transbaical region of Sibiria, in swampy places.

- Patria: In ericetis locisque siccis ad aggeres graminosos per totam Europam dispersum (JaegerSauerb.), native place. In ericeta and dry places on grassy hills dispersed throughout all Europe.

- Patria: Terra Natal Africae, in faucibus silvarum primitivarum ad flumen Umslutiae detexit (JaegerSauerb.), native land: the Natal region of Africa, discovered in the primitive forested gorges at the river Umslutia.

- genus bracteis capsula habitu et patria ab Anacampserote distinctum. (B&H), the genus is distinct from Anacapseros by the bracts, capsule, habit and homeland.

- genus ob embryonem ignotum et siliquam immaturam dubium, sed ex habitu, patria, characteribusque floris et ovarii manifeste Smelkowskiae et Hutchinsiae proxime affine. (B&H), a genus due to the unexamined embryo and due to the immature siliqua, doubtful, but from the habit, native land and characteristics of the flower and ovary clearly most closely related to Smelkowskia and Hutchinsia.

NOTE: abbrev. patr.;

- patr. ign. olim in hort. culta (DeCandolle), native land unknown [patria ignota (adj.B), at one time cultivated in gardens.

- patr. ign. Aesculus carnea hortul. (DeCandolle), native land unknown [patria ignota], the Aesculus carnea of gardeners [hortulanorum].

 

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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