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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Scaturigo,-iginis (s.f.III), abl.sg. scaturigine, nom. & acc. pl. scaturigines: a spring 'of bubbling, gushing, spouting water;' a fast-moving, high energy spring as occurs in highland, subalpine or alpine areas of mountains; cf. fons, gen. sg. fontis (s.m.III), a flow of water issuing from the ground, spring; see spring (water);

- in nigra terra scaturigines perennes, perennial springs in the black earth.

- in fissuris rupis calcareae ad scaturigines aquarum calidarum, in fissures of calcareous rock at springs of hot water.

- in scaturigine Alandiae eas commixte crescentes vidimus (Lindberg), we saw them growing intermingled in the spring of Alandia [i.e. Aland Islands]. The aboriginal name Ahvaland which means "Land of Water" (Wikipedia Dec. 2014).

- ad scaturigines et fontes in aquis vadosis locisqae inundatis Europae Occident. (DeCandolle), at bubbling waters and wells in shallow waters and inundated places of western Europe.

- Var. B. in subalpinis et alpinis, ubi ad scaturigines atque nives aeternos cespites longe et late extensos efficit (C. Mueller), var. B. produces extensive sods far and wide in subalpine and alpine places [sc. locis] by rushing streams and eternal snows.

- in saxis humectatis umbrosis, ad scaturigines, in cacumine montis altissimi Postberg dicti (C. Mueller), on shaded wet stones, in rushing streams, in the highest peak of the mountain called Postberg.

- loco hactenus unico lectum, sed gregarium et frequens quotannis redux, in muscosis humidis umbrosissimis secus scaturiginem (S&A), thus far collected in a single place, but gregarious [i.e. colonial] recalled every year, along a rushing stream in mossy, humid deeply shaded places [sc. locis].

- [moss] ad saxa in terra humida, locis graminosis in pratis uliginosis in scaturiginibus totius fere orbis terrarum e regione campestri ad alpes [Jaeg. & Sauer.),on stones in moist soil, grassy places, in wet meadows, in the bubbling water of almost the entire circle of lands from plains region to the high mountains.

- Europa, in silvaticis et scaturiginibus per regionem montosam et subalpinam, in silvis spongiosis prope Gefrees (Jaeg.& Sauer.), in woody places and rushing streams throughout the mountains and subalpine region, in spongy [i.e. water-soaked] forests near Gefrees.

 

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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