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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Salinae,-arum (pl.f.I), abl. pl. salinis: saltworks, salt pits;

- Hab. in fossis subsalsis salinarum, it grows in the brackish ditches of salt works.

- [alga] Hab. in fossis subsalsis salinarum; prope Cette, mense aprilis, legi (Agardh), Habitat: I collected it i the month of April in brackish ditches of the salt works near Cette.

- [alga] in mari substagnanti tranquilliori ut in salinis, etc. (Agardh), in nearly stagnant, more tranquile sea, as in a saltworks, etc.

- [alga] in salinis Tergestinisi (Agardh), in the saltworks of Trieste (Tergestum).

Erodium crassifolium var. salinarium [= of the salt-works], foliis pubescentibus. Juxta salinas Arnacae in ins. Cypro. (DeCandolle), with pubescent leaves. Beside the salt-works of Arnaca on the island of Cyprus.

Cosmetira salinarum, a paludicolous Medusa (pelagic zoophyte) of the environs of Cette (now Sete, France, possessing an enclosed salt-water lake), found in the discharging-canal [a marsh ditch] of the salt-works of Villeroy near Cette (Dr. DuPlessis). The canal is 2-3 meters wide, one deep; the water is immovable.

Elytrigia intermedia subsp. trichophora: “type locality “prope Tergestum ad salinas” near Trieste, Italy, at the saltworks.

 

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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