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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Pomarium,-ii (s.n.II), abl. sg. pomario: a fruit-garden, orchard; see garden;

- [mosses] at plurimam muscorum cohortem, Hypna, Leskias, Neckeras, Fissidentes etc. saepium vicinia, pomaria, fruticeta, luci, nemora, syluae, sub umbris suis educant (Bridel), and also the neighborhood of hedges, orchards, thickets, groves, open woodlands, forests nurture many a company of mosses beneath their very shades: Hypnums, Leskias, Neckeras, Fissidens, etc.

- [fungi] arbores hortorum ac pomariorum vetustiores languidas male saepe vexantes; in Pyris nostratibus minus frequenter , ut videtur, obviae (S&A), the withered trees of gardens and older orchards often badly injuring; on our Pyrus [sc. trees] less frequently, it seems, encountered.

- [fungus] Erynium pyrinum] Rarissimum item unica solum vice inventum in pomario domestico ad folia Pyri Mali (S&A), very rare, likewise encountered only a single time in a household orchard on the leaves of Pyrus Malus.

 

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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