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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
praec. or praeced., abbrev. for praecedens,-entis (part.B), ‘preceding;’

- [BOERHAAVIA diffusa] [Boerhaavia hirsuta] vix satis a praec. diversa; differentia forte a solo orta; illa plerumque in cultis, haec in sterilibus provenit (Swartz), [B. hirsuta] is scarcely satisfactorily distinguished from the preceding [sc. species, i.e. B. diffusa]; the distinction perhaps arises from the soil: the former usually occurs in cultivated [sc. places], the later in sterile [i.e. waste] places.

- Patria. Ad rupes madidas, rarius ad terram humosam regionum alpinarum totius Europae, rarius tamen quam praeced. (C. Mueller), native land, on wet rocks, more rarely on the humose [i.e. organic] soil of alpine regions of the whole of Europe, more rarely still than the preceding [sc. species].

 

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