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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
salicinus,-a,-um (adj.A): pertaining to willow, belonging to willows (Salix), willow-like;

- [fungus] S. salicina. in ramis salignis aliisque arborum frondosarum passim non infrequens (S&A), S. salicina, not infrequent everywhere on willow branches and others of the leafy [i.e. not needle-leaved] trees.

- [fungus] crescit in ramis salicinis copiose (S&A), it grows abundantly on willow branches.

- ORDO CLX . SALICINEAE [an order containing Salix and Populus]. sic dicta cupula Populi et glandulae Salicis evidenter organa homologa sunt, nam in paucis speciebus Salicis glandulae 2 basi brevissime confluunt, et in Populo euphratica cupula carnosula profunde oo-loba et in floribus nonnullis [female sign] in glandulas distinctas dividitur (B&H), the cupule of Populus and the glandules of Salix are thus called homologous organs, for indeed, in a few species of Salix the 2 glandules at the base are very shortly confluent, and in Populus euphratica the rather fleshy cupule is deeply [numerous-]lobed, and in some [female sign] flowers they are divided into distinct glandules.

(fungi) Polyporus salicinus, Fr.; Sphaeria corniculata var. salicina; (lichen) Calicium salicinum, Lecanactis salicina, Porina salicina

 

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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