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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Plateau, tableland, a high, level, broad region: plaga,-ae (s.f.I) elevata (part. A); plaga, elata (part.A); plaga alta (adj.A); see plaga,-ae (s.f.I), ‘region, tract, territory;’

- in locis ripariis ad partes fluvii Victoria superiores nec non in plaga elevata (Table land) ad originem rivi Sturt's Creek (F. Mueller), in riparian places in the upper parts of the Victoria river and also in the elevated region (Table land) at the source of the stream Sturt’s Creek.

- in plaga elevata (Table-land) inter flumen Victoria River et rivos Sturt's Creek et Hooker's Creek (F. Mueller), in the plateau (tableland) between the Victoria River and Sturt’s Creek and Hooker’s Creek.

- plaga elata rupestri (sandstone tableland) inter flumina Victoria River et Sturt's Creek, nec non flumen Roperi versus (F. Mueller), stone tableland between the Victoria River and Sturt’s Creek, also toward the Roperus river.

- in locis arenoso-petraeis passim irrigius plagas elatioris (Sandstone table-land) ad originem fluvii Victoriae (F. Mueller), in sandy-rocky places that are everywhere more irrigated, plateaux at the source of the Victoria river.

- a tractu montium Expedition Range usque ad plagam altam Buckland's tableland (F. Mueller), from the region of Expedition Range mountains to the high region called Buckland’s tableland.

 

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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