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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Salix,-icis (s.f.III), abl.sg. salice: the willow [Salix L.]; Salicaceae; see salicinus; see willow;

- species elegans ad ramos varios, Salicis Capreae etc. : sed abietinos pineosque praeamat, in quibus copiose occurrit autumno tardo ac inprimis vere (S&A), an elegant species on the various branches, of Salix Capreae, etc.: but it prefers fir and pine [sc. branches], in which it richly occurs in late autumn and especially spring.

- [Sphaeria albicans; fungus] in Salicum cavitatibus, in the cavities of willows [i.e. Salices].

- in cortice dejecto semiputri betulino, infrequens: semel etiam in Salice alba (S&A), infrequent on fallen betuline [i.e. of Betula] half-rotted bark: once also on Salix alba.

- ad ramos Salicis Capreae deciduos passim (S&A), here and there on the fallen branches of Salix Caprea.

- crescit haec in ramulis variis (Salicis albae, Vitis viniferae, Vaccinii Myrtilli) emortuis , non infrequens (S&A), this grows on various dead branchlets (of Salix alba, Vitis vinifera, Vaccinium Myrtilli), not infrequent.

- simile porro corpusculum paginam superiorem foliorum Salicis Capreae frequens passim obsidet: sed an fungosum? an entomogonum ? nondum satis liquet (S&A), furthermore a similar little body [i.e. corpuscle] frequently covers here and there the upper surface of the leaves of Salix Caprea: but whether fungal? or [insect-produced?] is not yet quite clear.

- truncigenum et nos utplurimum invenimus (in Salicibus Caprea et alba L. rarius in Fago ac Aesculo ) fungum pulchrum (S&A), we ourselves have found it nearly always truncigenous [i.e. arising from the trunks of trees] (on Salix Caprea and alba L., more rarely on Fagus and Aesculus), a lovely fungus.

- [Populus] amenta laxiora quam in Salice, foeminea interdum pedicellis elongatis laxe racemiformia (B&H), aments looser than in Salix, the female aments sometimes loosely racemiform with elongate pedicels.

- [Tamariscineae} affinitas ab auctoribus nonnullis laudata cum Salice nobis omnino effugit (B&H), the affinity [i.e. relationship] by many praised [i.e. recognized] authors with Salix completely escapes us.

- in Europa media ad cortices (praesertim ulmorum, salicum, populorumque) haud rarum, prope vias et urbes, atque in ambulacris (Nyl.), in middle Europe on bark (primarily Elms, Willows, and Populus) hardly rare, near roads and cities, and also in shady avenues.

- [moss] in arena secus rivulum sub Salice Lapponum copiosissime legit W. P. Schimper (C. Mueller), W. P. Schimper copiously collected it in sand along a brooklet under Salix Lapponum.

Salix babylonica; S. alba, S. caprea, S. cinerea.

Salix serissima (Bailey) Fern., flowering very late, 'Autumn Willow'; Uredo farinosa var. salicis [gen.sg. ‘of Salix’].

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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