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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Refluxus,-us (s.m.IV), abl.sg. refluxu: ebb, backflow, ebbtide; see ‘tide;’

- flexuus atque refluxus maris, flow and ebb of the sea (Stearn 1983).

- Hab. in caespites funiculares dense intricata, e rupibus in summo refluxus limite maris vehementioris dependens (Agardh), Habitat: it grows densely entangled in ropey clumps, depending from rocks in the height of the ebbing at the boundary of the more tempestuous sea.

- [algae] Hab. ad rupes et saxa refluxu maris subemersa in sinubus vehementiori mari subexpositis ad littora Galloprovinciae et Niceae mens. sept, et oct. legi (Agardh), it grows on rocks and stones somewhat emersed [i.e. above and below the water] in the [tidal ebb or backflow] of the sea in bays somewhat exposed to a more violent sea, I have collected it on the beaches of the Province of Gall and Nicea in the month of September and October.

- [algae] Hab. ad rupes refluxu maris emersas soleque expósitas, ad littora Galloprovinciae et Italiae superioris (Agardh), it grows on rocks emersed [i.e. above and below the water] in the tidal ebb, exposed to the sun, on the beaches of Galloprovincia and upper Italy.

- [algae] Hab. ad rupes a luce absconditas plerumque abruptas currentibusque expositas in inferiore refluxus limite maris-Mediterranei (Agardh), it grows on rocks hidden from the light and usually steep and exposed by the currents in the lower limit of the [tidal ebb or backflow] of the Mediterranean sea.

 

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