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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
salignus,-a,-um (adj.A), saligneus,-a,-um (adj.A): of willow or willow-wood, pertaining to willow, willowy, like a willow;

- Tremella saligna: (a) magnitudine naturali, ex epidermide lignoque nudo erumpens (S&A), Tremella saligna [a fungus]: (a) at natural size, bursting out from the epidermis and the naked wood.

- in ramis salignis aliisque, non infrequens (S&A), on willow-branches and other [trees] not infrequent.

- occupat haec ramos non tantum coryleos, sed et salignos varios hinc inde (S&A), this occupies not only the branches of Corylus, but also various willow wood here and there.

Lactuca saligna, Willow-leaved Lettuce, from the long, narrow, straight leaves; Capparis saligna, “foliis glabris coriaceis breviter petiolatis, linearibus basi subdilatatis cordatisque (DeCandolle), with leaves glabrous, leathery, shortly petiolate, linear, at the base somewhat enlarged and cordate.

Tremella saligna (fungus).

 

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